why every terrorist is a muslim?

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    akbarhossain96posted 8 years ago

    why every terrorist is a muslim?

    why arab-world don't take steps against this home made sucide bombers?

  2. Uninvited Writer profile image83
    Uninvited Writerposted 8 years ago

    Every terrorist is not a Muslim. It is very hard to know which people will become terrorists so how can a government that is not supporting it stop it?

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    nuc99705posted 8 years ago

    Every terrorist is not a Muslim, every Muslim is not a terrorist.  Example Timothy McVeigh who blew up the fed building in Oklahoma City, in the 60s there was the weatherman, Black Panthers.
    Terrorist can come in any size, shape or religion.

  4. sasanqua profile image78
    sasanquaposted 8 years ago

    Not every terrorist is Muslim. There are terrorists from most nationalities and religions in the world. Islamic terrorists get a lot of media coverage, and I think this leads people to believe that all terrorists are Islamic.

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    akbarhossain96posted 8 years ago

    most of the terrorists are belongs from arab world / get financial helps from the middle east..............to attack our country...........what the arabs think about it ..................

  6. laswi profile image58
    laswiposted 8 years ago

    Every terrorist is not a muslim. For example the leader of the most ruthless terrorist organisation in this world was Velupillai Prabhakaran, a Tamil. Prabhakaran has trained even muslim terrorist organizations including Al-Quida. Now he has already been killed and entire LTTE terrorism has been destroyed by Sri Lankan Armed forces.

  7. John for truth profile image55
    John for truthposted 8 years ago

    Terrorism is for the most part a staged event to create a distraction from what is really happening. In truth terrorism comes from this country more than in the Muslin countries. There are terrorists over there I guess, but not like our government wants us to see.

    Someone mentioned the guy that flew into the IRS building and before that the Christmas bomber. These events could very well have been just a small version of 9-11. false flags as they say are designed to gain something the Elite wants to gain.

    In 9-11 they gained a WAR they desperately wanted as well as the Patriot Act allowing them to enter our homes without cause or reason. The Christmas bomber allowed them to install the body scanner. This is just another example of freedom loss.

    So, terrorism usually is just a distraction and unfortunately thousands or millions get killed because of corruption and greed

  8. Kiwi spelling profile image51
    Kiwi spellingposted 8 years ago

    If it was as simple as being sure Muslims were the only terrorists things would be much more simple, wouldn't they?  We could be more relaxed about our home-grown student demonstrators, more selective about who was banned from carrying toothpaste on to a plane - and perhaps all in agreement about stopping women wearing the burqa.  But we'd have to abolish (or at least severly cut back) a multi-million dollar industry: the massive force that we employ to ensure our security (ha,ha!). And many folks would have to give up the their perverse comfort in having a belief that horrible terrorist beastie-creatures (along with immigrants, maybe?) are the source of all evil.  I'm not saying that acts of terrorism should be disregarded. But we EMPOWER the sponsors of such deeds when we pump up people's fears as we've been doing!  The statistics - and probabilities - of any of us being subject to an act of terrorism is minimal. Our scaredy-cat culture makes it possible for Fox News to suggest that there is a Muslim in the White House (the President!) and that the government subsidizes terrorists through the welfare system and health insurance.  Meantime thousands of young people are recruited for military and police forces to protect us - and their presence may be more likely, statistically, to cause the deaths of many more innocent people around the world.  We need to consider the terrorist as a character to be feared in the same way as the drug-dependent desperados or the crazy, compulsive boy racers, to be dealt with individually (yes, even if they are part of a group).  And we need to criminalize those who sponsor or otherwise motivate our social monsters, for behind the folks who do the deed are people who are there for the money -  yes, even those who claim religious inspiration - and (of course) the folks who invest in arms.  And finally, we need to stop identifying our opponents, our community nay-sayers, and our strange neighbors, as potential terrorists.  I've just published the book RETIRED TERRORIST, proudly identifying myself as having acted on few far-out ideas in the pursuit of what I consider to be justice (it is on sale at www.trafford.com). I just hope I haven't misjudged how vitriolic the terrorism-chasers can be!  Will they be coming to get me?  Honest, I'm NOT A MUSLIM!


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