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  • PsychoSheedah
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    Originally posted by Elonzo
    kill osama bin laden, suddam hussain, all basques, al qaeda, mc gee gee, jeromy and nappy mc and the world will be such a better place
    Lol, but I gotta say one thing;

    Whoever was responsible should be brought to justice, but the problem lies here;

    What exactly is a "Basque separatist"?

    Why are these people not called terrorists, since the term is loosely applied to anyone fighting for freedom?

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  • Cain
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    ooops i almost forgot...kill porky, dj blue, omgwtflolz....and the world will be even better

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  • Cain
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    kill osama bin laden, suddam hussain, all basques, al qaeda, mc gee gee, jeromy and nappy mc and the world will be such a better place

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  • Purported Al Qaeda Letter Claims Spanish Train Bombings

    A letter purporting to come from Osama bin Laden (news - web sites)'s al Qaeda network claimed responsibility for train bombings in Spain on Thursday, calling them strikes against "crusaders," a London-based Arabic newspaper said.

    The Spanish government has said Basque separatists were the main suspect in the bombings of four trains early on Thursday that killed 190 people.


    But the country's interior minister held open the possibility of a militant Islamist link on Thursday evening when he told a newspaper conference that a suspect van had been found containing detonators and an Arabic-language tape. He said, however, militant Basque separatists remained chief suspects.


    The London-based al-Quds al-Arabi newspaper faxed to Reuters' Dubai bureau a copy of a letter purporting to come from the "Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigades." The group aligns itself to al Qaeda, blamed by Washington for September 2001 attacks on the United States.


    "We have succeeded in infiltrating the heart of crusader Europe and struck one of the bases of the crusader alliance," said the letter which called the attacks "Operation Death Trains."


    There was no way of authenticating the letter.


    The newspaper received similar letters from the same brigade claiming responsibility on behalf of al Qaeda for a November bombing of two synagogues in Turkey and the August bombing of the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad.


    Spain backed the United States in its invasion of Iraq (news - web sites), drawing the opprobrium of militant Islamist groups.

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