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josepp BS: obit: Osama Bin Laden ??? (1217* d) RE: BS: obit: Osama Bin Laden ??? 02 May 11

While there is a long history of Western aggression against Islam that may justify some of their actions, let's face it: Islam is a religion in need of enemies.

Look what happens when there's no Jews or Americans around to hate--they turn on each other. Remember when the Sunnis and Shiites were roaming the streets of Baghdad killing each other openly and the US occupational forces could do nothing to stop it but wall themselves inside their little Green Zone compound?

They're great at directing tremendous hate at the West but when there are no Westerners around to hate, they direct it just as virulently at one another.

You know why Sunnis and Shiites are killing each other? They disagree over whether a certain lieutenant of Mohammad was the first or the fourth caliph. That's at the root of their murderous hatred towards one another.

These are people who need someone to hate. It really doesn't matter who. So all this "killing Osama will just make another thousand Osamas want to take his place" is typical bleeding heart crap that ignores the reality of Islam--that there were a thousand Osamas ready to take his place long before he was dead. And if he isn't dead--one of them will surely kill him now so he can take his place.

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