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Suicide bombers disguised as policemen kill 50 in Pakistan

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If they are 'DEFINITELY' going to heaven, they should have used 40 suicide bombers. Two is just mean-spirited.

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I once spent some time in Peshawar; it’s like living in an altered reality on another planet, especially up in the Khyber Pass area. Since the Taliban and Al-Qaida moved into the area, the level of deprivation and evil must be incredible. Can’t say I miss the place.

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What is with these people ? How can blowing up dozens of other people be considered a pure act ? This is so sad and depressing for the whole world.

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What is with these people ? How can blowing up dozens of other people be considered a pure act ?

Wecome to a world of religions

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Wecome to a world of religions

Please show us a comparable case where a Hindu or Buddhist blows himself up after leaving a video praising Vishnu or Buddha. I know there are none of Christians or Jews, so for that I won't even ask.

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That Pakistan is this bad a full 60 years after the British basically gerrymandered it into existence is something to remember when Mohammedans in liberated Iraq exercise their "religious right" to self-detonate. Maybe all we can do is let Darwinism takes its course...

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Remember Afghanistan is next door!

Couldn't these countries carve out an enclave and allow the Taliban and their 'foreign' al-Qaida style supporters to live there in peace?

Oh, no, silly me, I forgot they can't sit still and they don't know how to live in peace, and they don't want just one country. They want to infiltrate and topple all the governments in the Middle and Far East and set up 'Caliphates'. So how many alternatives does that leave ordinary folk?

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