NO CHRISTIAN TERRORISM: Mc Veigh= CHRISTIAN

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SMASHING THE LIARS

Dubai, UAE

#1 Feb 24, 2008
What is terrorism?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_terro...

Nowadays, The term is specifically being used on Muslims but there are many Terrorist or terrorist organizations which are not related to Muslims, like Timothy McVeigh who bombed the Oklahoma State Building in USA, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timothy_McVeigh , Ku Klux Klan, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ku_Klux_Klan , ETA Separatists in Spain, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ETA and previously the Most feared IRA Irish Republican Army of the Northern Ireland, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_Republican... , Israeli Occupation of Palestine is never called "Terrorism"...It has a simple one line word, Defense.

Terrorism however is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrorism

In his book "Inside Terrorism" Bruce Hoffman wrote in Chapter One: Defining Terrorism that

“ On one point, at least, everyone agrees: terrorism is a pejorative term. It is a word with intrinsically negative connotations that is generally applied to one's enemies and opponents, or to those with whom one disagrees and would otherwise prefer to ignore.'What is called terrorism,' Brian Jenkins has written,`'thus seems to depend on one's point of view. Use of the term implies a moral judgment; and if one party can successfully attach the label terrorist to its opponent, then it has indirectly persuaded others to adopt its moral viewpoint.' Hence the decision to call someone or label some organization `terrorist' becomes almost unavoidably subjective, depending largely on whether one sympathizes with or opposes the person/group/cause concerned. If one identifies with the victim of the violence, for example, then the act is terrorism. If, however, one identifies with the perpetrator, the violent act is regarded in a more sympathetic, if not positive (or, at the worst, an ambivalent) light; and it is not terrorism

Simply, The difference between the words "terrorist" or "terrorism" and the terms above can be summed up by the aphorism, "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter." This is exemplified when a group that uses irregular military methods is an ally of a State against a mutual enemy, but later falls out with the State and starts to use the same methods against its former ally. During World War II the Malayan People’s Anti-Japanese Army was allied with the British, but during the Malayan Emergency, members of its successor, the Malayan Races Liberation Army, were branded terrorists by the British.[17][18] Groups accused of terrorism usually prefer terms that reflect legitimate military or ideological action.

Sources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_terro...
tweetybird_

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Feb 24, 2008
No one with half a brain cell will deny that there are SOME Christians who are terrorists. Adn when they do this they are of course breaking many Christian laws. McVeigh was probably the second worst terrorist in US history. Bin Ladin and al Qaeda being the first.

The issue today is that there are about 10,000 terrorist attacks every year... about 95% of them are committed by muslims.

“Alea iacta est!”

Since: Oct 06

Oh it's ON!

#3 Feb 24, 2008
And McVeigh did not use Christianity as a defense or justificaion for his crimes, either.

Very different than the thousands of Muslims killing in the name of allah.

Look, peabrain from Dubai, if you don't like the fact that tens of thousands of Muslims are confused about Islam, fix the mess that your religion is in! Straighten your fanatics out.

Oh wait, if you confront them, they might want to chop your head off too....

Better keep your mouth shut and deflect Islam's problems by looking for someone else to blame it on.
jimbo

United States

#4 Feb 24, 2008
It has never been brought up about the religion of Tim. We don't know if he was a Christian, atheist or agnostic.

His motivation was hatred for the US Govt.
tolivr

Grovetown, GA

#5 Feb 24, 2008
SMASHING THE LIARS wrote:
What is terrorism?
It is Islam, as practiced today by a significant percentage of Muslims.
popsicles

Broxburn, UK

#6 Feb 24, 2008
SMASHING THE LIARS wrote:
What is terrorism?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_terro...
Nowadays, The term is specifically being used on Muslims but there are many Terrorist or terrorist organizations which are not related to Muslims, like Timothy McVeigh who bombed the Oklahoma State Building in USA, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timothy_McVeigh , Ku Klux Klan, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ku_Klux_Klan , ETA Separatists in Spain, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ETA and previously the Most feared IRA Irish Republican Army of the Northern Ireland, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_Republican... , Israeli Occupation of Palestine is never called "Terrorism"...It has a simple one line word, Defense.
Terrorism however is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrorism
In his book "Inside Terrorism" Bruce Hoffman wrote in Chapter One: Defining Terrorism that
“ On one point, at least, everyone agrees: terrorism is a pejorative term. It is a word with intrinsically negative connotations that is generally applied to one's enemies and opponents, or to those with whom one disagrees and would otherwise prefer to ignore.'What is called terrorism,' Brian Jenkins has written,`'thus seems to depend on one's point of view. Use of the term implies a moral judgment; and if one party can successfully attach the label terrorist to its opponent, then it has indirectly persuaded others to adopt its moral viewpoint.' Hence the decision to call someone or label some organization `terrorist' becomes almost unavoidably subjective, depending largely on whether one sympathizes with or opposes the person/group/cause concerned. If one identifies with the victim of the violence, for example, then the act is terrorism. If, however, one identifies with the perpetrator, the violent act is regarded in a more sympathetic, if not positive (or, at the worst, an ambivalent) light; and it is not terrorism
Simply, The difference between the words "terrorist" or "terrorism" and the terms above can be summed up by the aphorism, "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter." This is exemplified when a group that uses irregular military methods is an ally of a State against a mutual enemy, but later falls out with the State and starts to use the same methods against its former ally. During World War II the Malayan People’s Anti-Japanese Army was allied with the British, but during the Malayan Emergency, members of its successor, the Malayan Races Liberation Army, were branded terrorists by the British.[17][18] Groups accused of terrorism usually prefer terms that reflect legitimate military or ideological action.
Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_terro...
did timothy mcveigh make a video of himself holding a bible, reciting passages whilst holding an AK47?
Nope.
His motive was political.

whenever a suicide bomber makes his a tape, to be shown after he has blown up, he will, without doubt, recite from the quran or hadiths.

If you show us a christian doing the same thing, I will join you in calling that person a christian terrorist.

Since: Jan 08

Stratford, NJ

#7 Feb 24, 2008
Actually, McVeigh was a neo-Nazi. Some speculate that he may have also had ties to Middle Eastern terrorists.
SMASHING THE LIARS

UAE

#9 Feb 25, 2008
jimbo wrote:
It has never been brought up about the religion of Tim. We don't know if he was a Christian, atheist or agnostic.
His motivation was hatred for the US Govt.
Many of the so-called "Muslim Terrorists" have BAD blood between them and US Government just like Mc Veigh, so why do u call them "Terrorist" when you call Mc Veigh a "robber" or a gangster.
Trisha wrote:
And McVeigh did not use Christianity as a defense or justificaion for his crimes, either.Very different than the thousands of Muslims killing in the name of allah.
Muslims are not allowed to Kill.Holy Quraan says about wars, 2:190

"And fight in the Way of Allah those who fight you, but transgress not the limits. Truly, Allah likes not the transgressors.[This Verse is the first one that was revealed in connection with Jihad, but it was supplemented by another (V.9:36)]"...

Further, 2: 178

"O you who believe! Al-Qisas (the Law of Equality in punishment) is prescribed for you in case of murder: the free for the free, the slave for the slave, and the female for the female. But if the killer is forgiven by the brother (or the relatives, etc.) of the killed against blood money, then adhering to it with fairness and payment of the blood money, to the heir should be made in fairness. This is an alleviation and a mercy from your Lord. So after this whoever transgresses the limits (i.e. kills the killer after taking the blood money), he shall have a painful torment"...
MAC1 wrote:
Actually, McVeigh was a neo-Nazi. Some speculate that he may have also had ties to Middle Eastern terrorists.
Many people, including Trisha, Jimbo and Popsicle, would "love" to call him a Muslim terrorist, as they believe the "murderer" was a muslim. Mc Veigh was a "devout" christian of Roman Catholics.Infact he proclaimed he confesed the same, check this,

Mc Veigh Religious beliefs:

After his parents' divorce, McVeigh lived with his father; his sisters moved to Florida with their mother. He and his father were devout Roman Catholics who often attended daily Mass. In a recorded interview with Time Magazine, he professed his belief in "a God", although he said he had "sort of lost touch with" Catholicism and "never really picked it [back] up." The Guardian reported that McVeigh wrote a letter claiming to be an agnostic, though his execution included a Catholic ceremony"..

If he wasn't a catholic, his execution would include some Islamic material for his role in the April 19th, 1995 Oklahoma City bombing which was much earlier than Sep 9/11.

To you buddies...

Since: Jan 08

Cedar Knolls, NJ

#11 Feb 25, 2008
SMASHING THE LIARS wrote:
<quoted text>
Many people, including Trisha, Jimbo and Popsicle, would "love" to call him a Muslim terrorist, as they believe the "murderer" was a muslim. Mc Veigh was a "devout" christian of Roman Catholics.Infact he proclaimed he confesed the same, check this,
Mc Veigh Religious beliefs:
After his parents' divorce, McVeigh lived with his father; his sisters moved to Florida with their mother. He and his father were devout Roman Catholics who often attended daily Mass. In a recorded interview with Time Magazine, he professed his belief in "a God", although he said he had "sort of lost touch with" Catholicism and "never really picked it [back] up." The Guardian reported that McVeigh wrote a letter claiming to be an agnostic, though his execution included a Catholic ceremony"..
If he wasn't a catholic, his execution would include some Islamic material for his role in the April 19th, 1995 Oklahoma City bombing which was much earlier than Sep 9/11.
To you buddies...
So what is your point? That he was a Christian terrorist? Though it's obvious that his involvement is committing a terrorist act wasn't due to Christian beliefs.

“Alea iacta est!”

Since: Oct 06

Oh it's ON!

#12 Feb 25, 2008
Liars
LOL!
Quoting your book doesn't seem to be stopping the Islamic Terrorists from cutting off people's heads while praising allah, now does it?

Answer the question which you glossed over. Did McVeigh use his religion to justify his crime or not?

(no one is saying McVeigh was not a Christian or whatever, but we expect you to understand the difference between someone who uses their faith to justify their crimes and someone who happens to have a religious belief yet commits crimes anyway..........or is that just too difficult for you Muslims to comprehend?)
popsicles

Broxburn, UK

#13 Feb 25, 2008
SMASHING THE LIARS wrote:
<quoted text>
Many of the so-called "Muslim Terrorists" have BAD blood between them and US Government just like Mc Veigh, so why do u call them "Terrorist" when you call Mc Veigh a "robber" or a gangster.
<quoted text>
Muslims are not allowed to Kill.Holy Quraan says about wars, 2:190
"And fight in the Way of Allah those who fight you, but transgress not the limits. Truly, Allah likes not the transgressors.[This Verse is the first one that was revealed in connection with Jihad, but it was supplemented by another (V.9:36)]"...
Further, 2: 178
"O you who believe! Al-Qisas (the Law of Equality in punishment) is prescribed for you in case of murder: the free for the free, the slave for the slave, and the female for the female. But if the killer is forgiven by the brother (or the relatives, etc.) of the killed against blood money, then adhering to it with fairness and payment of the blood money, to the heir should be made in fairness. This is an alleviation and a mercy from your Lord. So after this whoever transgresses the limits (i.e. kills the killer after taking the blood money), he shall have a painful torment"...
you are quoting the quran out of context, please post the verses before and after.

Since: Jan 08

Cedar Knolls, NJ

#14 Feb 25, 2008
Trisha wrote:
Liars
LOL!
Quoting your book doesn't seem to be stopping the Islamic Terrorists from cutting off people's heads while praising allah, now does it?
Answer the question which you glossed over. Did McVeigh use his religion to justify his crime or not?
(no one is saying McVeigh was not a Christian or whatever, but we expect you to understand the difference between someone who uses their faith to justify their crimes and someone who happens to have a religious belief yet commits crimes anyway..........or is that just too difficult for you Muslims to comprehend?)
McVeigh was not a Christian. He admitted that he had fallen away from the Church. The fact that he asked for a Catholic last rights doesn't he committed his terrorist act as a Christian. He may have found God while in prison but I tend to doubt it since, from what I remember, he didn't even say he was sorry for what he did. So, even the Catholic ceremony really does not identify McVeigh as a Christian.

Since: Jan 08

Cedar Knolls, NJ

#15 Feb 25, 2008
Trisha wrote:
Liars
LOL!
Quoting your book doesn't seem to be stopping the Islamic Terrorists from cutting off people's heads while praising allah, now does it?
Answer the question which you glossed over. Did McVeigh use his religion to justify his crime or not?
(no one is saying McVeigh was not a Christian or whatever, but we expect you to understand the difference between someone who uses their faith to justify their crimes and someone who happens to have a religious belief yet commits crimes anyway..........or is that just too difficult for you Muslims to comprehend?)
McVeigh was not a Christian. He admitted that he had fallen away from the Church. The fact that he asked for a Catholic last rights doesn't mean he committed his terrorist act as a Christian. He may have found God while in prison but I tend to doubt it since, from what I remember, he didn't even say he was sorry for what he did. So, even the Catholic ceremony really does not identify McVeigh as a Christian.
fcuk-islam

Plymouth, UK

#16 Feb 25, 2008
SMASHING THE LIARS wrote:
What is terrorism?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_terro...
Nowadays, The term is specifically being used on Muslims but there are many Terrorist or terrorist organizations which are not related to Muslims, like Timothy McVeigh who bombed the Oklahoma State Building in USA, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timothy_McVeigh , Ku Klux Klan, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ku_Klux_Klan , ETA Separatists in Spain, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ETA and previously the Most feared IRA Irish Republican Army of the Northern Ireland, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_Republican... , Israeli Occupation of Palestine is never called "Terrorism"...It has a simple one line word, Defense.
Terrorism however is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrorism
In his book "Inside Terrorism" Bruce Hoffman wrote in Chapter One: Defining Terrorism that
“ On one point, at least, everyone agrees: terrorism is a pejorative term. It is a word with intrinsically negative connotations that is generally applied to one's enemies and opponents, or to those with whom one disagrees and would otherwise prefer to ignore.'What is called terrorism,' Brian Jenkins has written,`'thus seems to depend on one's point of view. Use of the term implies a moral judgment; and if one party can successfully attach the label terrorist to its opponent, then it has indirectly persuaded others to adopt its moral viewpoint.' Hence the decision to call someone or label some organization `terrorist' becomes almost unavoidably subjective, depending largely on whether one sympathizes with or opposes the person/group/cause concerned. If one identifies with the victim of the violence, for example, then the act is terrorism. If, however, one identifies with the perpetrator, the violent act is regarded in a more sympathetic, if not positive (or, at the worst, an ambivalent) light; and it is not terrorism
Simply, The difference between the words "terrorist" or "terrorism" and the terms above can be summed up by the aphorism, "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter." This is exemplified when a group that uses irregular military methods is an ally of a State against a mutual enemy, but later falls out with the State and starts to use the same methods against its former ally. During World War II the Malayan People’s Anti-Japanese Army was allied with the British, but during the Malayan Emergency, members of its successor, the Malayan Races Liberation Army, were branded terrorists by the British.[17][18] Groups accused of terrorism usually prefer terms that reflect legitimate military or ideological action.
Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_terro...
Bruce hoffman,just reading this crap,you can see this man has no common sense.
tolivr

Grovetown, GA

#17 Feb 25, 2008
SMASHING THE LIARS wrote:
What is terrorism?
Most all definitions of terror involve the use of fear or violence to advance an ideology, but what everyone can agree upon is that the deliberate targeting of innocent civilians for violent acts or death is terrorism.

Everyday Muslims target innocent civilians for death while loudly and proudly announcing they are killing for their god allah. Practically every terrorist act on the daily news involves Muslims shouting "allau akbar" as they murder innocent women and children.

No ohter religion has members or believers killing inthe name of their god, whether it be Buddha, Christ, Jehovah, Visnu, etc.

Why can't you accept the clear facts about this problem with Islam?

And why are almost all terrorist acts committed by a person with the name "Mohammed?"

Mohammad Sidique Khan--London tube bomber

Mohammed Atta--flew plane into World Trade Center

Magomed (Russian for"Mohammed") and Aushev Magomet Khochubarov--two of the Beslan terrorists who murdered 700 schoolchildren.

Khalid Shaikh Mohammed--beheaded Wall Street journalist Daniel Pearl

John Allen Mohammed--D.C.sniper

Mohammed Hedayet--killer at El AL counter at LAX

Mohammed Bouyeri--murders filmmaker Theo Van Gogh

Noordin Mohammed--Bali bomber who killed hundreds

Mohammed Hanif--detonates bomb at Tel Aviv bar

Ali Mohammed--bombs American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania

Mohammed Saif--gang rapist in Sydney, Australia

Mohammed Fawzi Zeidan, Fadi-Mohammed Musbah Hammoud, Imad Mohamed-Musbah Hammoud--Dearborn, Michigan cigarette racketeerers raising money for Hezbollah, a terrorist organization

Mohammed Darie, Amin Mohamed Durrani, Yasim Abdi Mohamed--Canadians who plotted and conspired to bomb Ottawa and behead Canadian prime minister

Muhammad Zaydan--masterminded hijacking of Achille Lauro where wheelchair bound and elderly Jew named Leon Klinghoffer was murdered

Mohammod Ali Hamadei--murderer of American serviceman on TWA flight 847

Mohamed Boudjenane--arreested for beheading a man in London......

Quite a coincidence isn't it?
Opinion

Pakistan

#18 Feb 25, 2008
Mcveigh did not quote verses from the bible or Quran to kill people in the name of Allah.He did not justify his actions by referring to any religious books and justifying his actions.
SMASHING THE LIARS

Dubai, UAE

#19 Feb 26, 2008
let me give you the names of Christian terrorists who happened to have started "Terrorism" long before it came to Islamic Lands....

Terrorism started in ancient times with groups like Sicarii(Israeli Groups)

Scientists see the radical Sicarii offshoot of the Jewish Zealots as one of the earliest forerunners of modern terrorism.Like modern terrorists, they intended their actions to suggest a message to a wider target audience: in this instance, the Roman imperial officials and all pro-Roman and collaborationist Jews.

Sicarii Zealots (Jewish Groups
Al-Assasin

17th century
Gunpowder Plot (1605)

18th century
Sons of Liberty
The Terror (1793-1794)

19th Century
Tsarist Russia
Irish Republican Brotherhood
Nationalist terrorism
John Brown
Ku Klux Klan (1865)

20th century
Suffragette
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand (1914)
KKK (1915)
Irgun (1936-1948)
World War II
Nationalism and the End of Empire
Cold War proxies
Ireland
Irish Republican Army (Great Britain and Northern Ireland
ETA (Spanish Rebels)
Umkhonto we Sizwe (South Africa 1961-1990)
PLO (1964-c.1988)
Colombian terrorist groups
Munich Massacre (1972) Palestinian/Israel
Aum Shinrikyo (1984-1995) Japanese
Achille Lauro Hijacking (1985)
Lockerbie bombing (1988)
Matsumoto incident (1994)
Sarin gas attack on the Japan Tokyo subway (1995)
Oklahoma City bombing (1995) T McVeigh,
Qana Massacre, Lebanon carried by Israel
21st Century
9/11 (2001)
Israeli agression on Palestinians

I am worried why Muslims are ONLY targeted since even South Africans, who were fighting apartheid were classified as "Terrorist", Muslims are also fighting political wars with their enemies...
popsicles

Broxburn, UK

#20 Feb 26, 2008
SMASHING THE LIARS wrote:
let me give you the names of Christian terrorists who happened to have started "Terrorism" long before it came to Islamic Lands....
Terrorism started in ancient times with groups like Sicarii(Israeli Groups)
Scientists see the radical Sicarii offshoot of the Jewish Zealots as one of the earliest forerunners of modern terrorism.Like modern terrorists, they intended their actions to suggest a message to a wider target audience: in this instance, the Roman imperial officials and all pro-Roman and collaborationist Jews.
Sicarii Zealots (Jewish Groups
Al-Assasin
17th century
Gunpowder Plot (1605)
18th century
Sons of Liberty
The Terror (1793-1794)
19th Century
Tsarist Russia
Irish Republican Brotherhood
Nationalist terrorism
John Brown
Ku Klux Klan (1865)
20th century
Suffragette
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand (1914)
KKK (1915)
Irgun (1936-1948)
World War II
Nationalism and the End of Empire
Cold War proxies
Ireland
Irish Republican Army (Great Britain and Northern Ireland
ETA (Spanish Rebels)
Umkhonto we Sizwe (South Africa 1961-1990)
PLO (1964-c.1988)
Colombian terrorist groups
Munich Massacre (1972) Palestinian/Israel
Aum Shinrikyo (1984-1995) Japanese
Achille Lauro Hijacking (1985)
Lockerbie bombing (1988)
Matsumoto incident (1994)
Sarin gas attack on the Japan Tokyo subway (1995)
Oklahoma City bombing (1995) T McVeigh,
Qana Massacre, Lebanon carried by Israel
21st Century
9/11 (2001)
Israeli agression on Palestinians
I am worried why Muslims are ONLY targeted since even South Africans, who were fighting apartheid were classified as "Terrorist", Muslims are also fighting political wars with their enemies...
look at all the martyr videos on the web. In one hand they hold an AK47 and in the other they hold a QURAN.

is that simple enough for you?
SMASHING THE LIARS

UAE

#21 Feb 26, 2008
SMASHING THE LIARS wrote:
let me give you the names of Christian terrorists who happened to have started "Terrorism" long before it came to Islamic Lands....
Terrorism started in ancient times with groups like Sicarii(Israeli Groups)
Scientists see the radical Sicarii offshoot of the Jewish Zealots as one of the earliest forerunners of modern terrorism.Like modern terrorists, they intended their actions to suggest a message to a wider target audience: in this instance, the Roman imperial officials and all pro-Roman and collaborationist Jews.
Sicarii Zealots (Jewish Groups
Al-Assasin
17th century
Gunpowder Plot (1605)
18th century
Sons of Liberty
The Terror (1793-1794)
19th Century
Tsarist Russia
Irish Republican Brotherhood
Nationalist terrorism
John Brown
Ku Klux Klan (1865)
20th century
Suffragette
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand (1914)
KKK (1915)
Irgun (1936-1948)
World War II
Nationalism and the End of Empire
Cold War proxies
Ireland
Irish Republican Army (Great Britain and Northern Ireland
ETA (Spanish Rebels)
Umkhonto we Sizwe (South Africa 1961-1990)
PLO (1964-c.1988)
Colombian terrorist groups
Munich Massacre (1972) Palestinian/Israel
Aum Shinrikyo (1984-1995) Japanese
Achille Lauro Hijacking (1985)
Lockerbie bombing (1988)
Matsumoto incident (1994)
Sarin gas attack on the Japan Tokyo subway (1995)
Oklahoma City bombing (1995) T McVeigh,
Qana Massacre, Lebanon carried by Israel
21st Century
9/11 (2001)
Israeli agression on Palestinians
I am worried why Muslims are ONLY targeted since even South Africans, who were fighting apartheid were classified as "Terrorist", Muslims are also fighting political wars with their enemies...
Why are you running away from the Truth.Above, we posted sequence of "Terrorism".Terroris m started long before Muslims.It was a tool of resistance for Jewish and Christians long before Muslims started using it to score their points against their "percieved" political enemies...
popsicles

Broxburn, UK

#22 Feb 26, 2008
SMASHING THE LIARS wrote:
let me give you the names of Christian terrorists who happened to have started "Terrorism" long before it came to Islamic Lands....
Terrorism started in ancient times with groups like Sicarii(Israeli Groups)
Scientists see the radical Sicarii offshoot of the Jewish Zealots as one of the earliest forerunners of modern terrorism.Like modern terrorists, they intended their actions to suggest a message to a wider target audience: in this instance, the Roman imperial officials and all pro-Roman and collaborationist Jews.
Sicarii Zealots (Jewish Groups
Al-Assasin
17th century
Gunpowder Plot (1605)
18th century
Sons of Liberty
The Terror (1793-1794)
19th Century
Tsarist Russia
Irish Republican Brotherhood
Nationalist terrorism
John Brown
Ku Klux Klan (1865)
20th century
Suffragette
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand (1914)
KKK (1915)
Irgun (1936-1948)
World War II
Nationalism and the End of Empire
Cold War proxies
Ireland
Irish Republican Army (Great Britain and Northern Ireland
ETA (Spanish Rebels)
Umkhonto we Sizwe (South Africa 1961-1990)
PLO (1964-c.1988)
Colombian terrorist groups
Munich Massacre (1972) Palestinian/Israel
Aum Shinrikyo (1984-1995) Japanese
Achille Lauro Hijacking (1985)
Lockerbie bombing (1988)
Matsumoto incident (1994)
Sarin gas attack on the Japan Tokyo subway (1995)
Oklahoma City bombing (1995) T McVeigh,
Qana Massacre, Lebanon carried by Israel
21st Century
9/11 (2001)
Israeli agression on Palestinians
I am worried why Muslims are ONLY targeted since even South Africans, who were fighting apartheid were classified as "Terrorist", Muslims are also fighting political wars with their enemies...
9/11 ?

That was the Jews surely?

You frikkin idiot.

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