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March 21, 2007

Children Used In Iraq Homicide Bombing Attack

It seems that absolutely nothing is beneath the radical Islamists in their quest for more ways to create death, destruction, and mayhem. They've adopted a new tactic since the start of the security crackdown in Baghdad, and this time they used children to conceal their murderous intent:

[...] a vehicle was waved through a U.S. military checkpoint because two children were visible in the back seat.

"Children in the back seat lowered suspicion, (so) we let it move through, they parked the vehicle, the adults run out and detonate it with the children in the back," Barbero said.

"The brutality and ruthless nature of this enemy hasn't changed."

Other officials said later that three Iraqi bystanders were killed in the attack near a marketplace in the northern Baghdad neighborhood of al-Adamiyah, in addition to the two children, and seven people were injured.

The officials had no other details, including the estimated ages of the children.

What was it Golda Meir said about the Arabs? I think the phrase, not its target, is very much in play in Iraq. Peace with "Islamists" will come when, and if, they ever learn to love their children as much as they hate everyone else that doesn't believe in their radical ideology. However, since we need to also add "learn to love life as much as they love death" to the equation, the chances of a true and lasting peace with followers of radical Islam, especially in Iraq is practically nihil. They have to either alter their ideology, which is unlikely, or they must be captured or killed, which is ongoing.

By the way, before I get emails and comments about Golda Meir's statement and it's application here being racist, in spite of what CAIR wants you to believe, radical Islam is not a race, it's a very sick and violent extremists' version of a religion.

Suggested reading: Check out Why We Want To Kill You! - An Interview With 3 Ex-terrorists.
Each former terrorist has a compelling tale to tell of his personal journey from Islamic fanatic to converted Christian (had their journey taken them to secular Islam, the results might have been similar). Theirs were journey from hatred against all infidels, to a love for humankind.

Hat tip: Harry Owens

Cross posted from Hyscience

Posted by Abdul at March 21, 2007 9:20 AM

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