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    This is why we shouldn't have bombed Iraq.
    We cant give in to these kinds of means for so many different reasons; our nation cannot be subjugated by such terrorist acts.
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    i hope ppl dnt judge muslims on this because sum random with a warped mind decides to do such an evil act..

    I think our thoughts are with all those who hve been injured and have died in thses attacks today.
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    (Original post by Northumbrian)
    This is why we shouldn't have bombed Iraq.
    Because Saddam treated the Muslims well?
    Because Spain agreed to military conflict?

    Dont talk complete, premature rubbish.
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    Anyone know more about South Ken?
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    (Original post by Fluffy)
    I disagree - this is exactly why we did.
    Care to justify that?...(not arguing just wondering)
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    Tony Blair on television. Looks absolutely devastated. He said it's "barbaric" and seems to have confirmed it's definitely terrorism.
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    thats wat im waiting for
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    (Original post by Jump)
    ****. Can't believe it's Al-Qaeda seems to small in comparisn to 9/11 - maybe a splinter group.
    People who think it is al-Qaeda say they are aiming to create fear and panick rather than mass casualties. I think the people claiming responsibility are called something like Organisation of al-Qaeda in europe.
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    they just exploded the package at brighton station...
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    We should have been fighting terrorism instead we were fighting for control of oil and now look what's happened from this so called "war on terrorism"
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    we have had good news yesterday and now this this is terrble
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    (Original post by jessicarabbit)
    I haven't been outside at all...guess I'm just going to stay here all day

    I really was planning on job hunting though...I promise
    I was planning on going into that coffee shop with the advert for vacancies on Tottenham Court Rd and asking for a job. Although I now feel quite weird asking people for work when all this has happened .

    Its gonna be hard to see each other today. There have been two blasts on the Piccadilly Line alone...but we can see what its like later on.
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    This is terrible. How things can change in 24 hours
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    (Original post by izzy)
    they just exploded the package at brighton station...
    Is everyone OK there?
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    (Original post by Metalmayhem)
    This is terrible. How things can change in 24 hours
    its life...
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    Who's exploded the package at Brighton? Terrorists or police/bombsquad (for safety reasons, containment measures, etc.)?
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    Probably won't have escaped your attention thats it's 7/7 today

    If that suicide bomber on the bus was meant to be at euston then thats 7 explosions on the 7th of the 7th.

    Sounds pretty well planned to me...
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    (Original post by SB)
    Is everyone OK there?
    yea its fine... i can hear **** loads of sirens, but brighton station evacuated, got bomb squad there and they exploded a suspicious package... so, everythings ok, i think...
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    (Original post by seth87)
    People who think it is al-Qaeda say they are aiming to create fear and panick rather than mass casualties. I think the people claiming responsibility are called something like Organisation of al-Qaeda in europe.
    But surely there would have been 'better' targets from their point of view?

    I wouldn't be suprised if these aren't the last explosions of day
 
 
 
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