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    (Original post by edders)
    You don't see many Christian terrorists nowadays do you?
    Not anymore, but there were the crusades, clifford's tower in york in 1190 and many other attrocities. The facvt that christianity is inherently reactionary leads to the conclusion that the ideology is internally static and externally in flux. The issues concerning islam are both ideological and relate to the media and the current state of society. That is not to say that the purpotrators are blameless but that your conclusion is garbled and probably nonsense.

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    (Original post by musicbloke)
    Not anymore, but there were the crusades, clifford's tower in york in 1190 and many other attrocities. The facvt that christianity is inherently reactionary leads to the conclusion that the ideology is internally static and externally in flux. The issues concerning islam are both ideological and relate to the media and the current state of society. That is not to say that the purpotrators are blameless but that your conclusion is garbled and probably nonsense.

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    More lives have been lost in the name of religion than in any other conflict. But we're off-topic - anyone got more news?
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    From the BBC:

    "Police confirmed that four controlled explosions had been carried out - one on a bus.

    ...

    Officers now believe that the item destroyed on the vehicle, in Corporation Street, had not posed a threat. "

    So is that to say the other three 'controlled explosions' actually involved terrorist bombs?
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    (Original post by muncrun)
    From the BBC:

    "Police confirmed that four controlled explosions had been carried out - one on a bus.

    ...

    Officers now believe that the item destroyed on the vehicle, in Corporation Street, had not posed a threat. "

    So is that to say the other three 'controlled explosions' actually involved terrorist bombs?
    I'm not sure, but I don't think much is happening here other than the increased tensions causing random evacuations... I wonder where will be evacuated tomorrow
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    (Original post by muncrun)
    From the BBC:

    "Police confirmed that four controlled explosions had been carried out - one on a bus.

    ...

    Officers now believe that the item destroyed on the vehicle, in Corporation Street, had not posed a threat. "

    So is that to say the other three 'controlled explosions' actually involved terrorist bombs?
    One controlled explosion isn't necessarily enough to deem an object as "disabled".
 
 
 

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