The 9/11 hijackers are (were) part of al-Queda, an organized, disciplined and fairly large organization of muslim fundamentalists seeking to bring large parts of the islamic world under theocratic rule. They were not lone nut cases. They were not a small cabal of evil people who happened to be muslim. They were part of a larger group of people who did evil things on purpose, in a highly premeditated way specifically motivated by their belief in islam. That's a very different thing than what you describe.<quoted text>
Read this carefully.
It's life. There will always be a crazy or evil christian somewhere on this planet, because there's 2billion christians.
97% of those Christians are probably good, but there's always those 3% crazy or evil christians.
Same for atheism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism.
All religions have those tiny little bit who go a bit too nuts.
There's some atheist's out there that go so nuts of religion, that they actually murder christians, Muslims etc.
It's life, until I see the majority of Christians actually going crazily evil, I don't care.
What's more, they have not disbanded after 9/11. They exist in many parts of the world, and are hell bent on committing as many other evil acts as it takes until they have their theocracy. 9/11 was not a one-off. They have attempted bombings since then. Recently, airline personnel have reported incidents on-board planes that are plainly deliberate probes of security procedures, noting how air crews react to provocative acts. If you think it can't happen again, or won't happen again, you are sadly mistaken.