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So just to be clear are you publicly condoning terror attacks and stabbings on British citizens by islamic extremists as a revenge for the Iraq invasion?

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Understanding the causes behind an action is not the same as condoning that action. Simple stuff really.
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abdul could have been trying to detonate himself.
Schoolboy error. He should have been trying to detonate his bomb.

Vote Johnson, get the early release of murderous jihadists.
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Understanding the causes behind an action is not the same as condoning that action. Simple stuff really.
Unless you read the posters later posts, then you must have also seen that they implied that muslims in the UK 'taking matters into their own hands as they have no status here' is justified based on the Iraq invasion.

Seems like condoning to me pretty much.
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Unless you read the posters later posts, then you must have also seen that they implied that muslims in the UK 'taking matters into their own hands as they have no status here' is justified based on the Iraq invasion.

Seems like condoning to me pretty much.
Not really.
If I said "Heroin users steal from people because they need to feed their drug addiction", I would not be condoning either the drug taking not the stealing.

Although a claim that "Muslims have no status here" is obvious nonsense, so you should be challenging that instead.
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Not really.
If I said "Heroin users steal from people because they need to feed their drug addiction", I would not be condoning either the drug taking not the stealing.

Although a claim that "Muslims have no status here" is obvious nonsense, so you should be challenging that instead.
Exactly... it was that nonsensical it didn't warrant a response from me. It was just a stupid attempt to justify attacks by insane pieces of filth who want to go around stabbing innocent people who have been open enough in their views to allow them to live and practice their faith in this country. Says it all really.
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Exactly... it was that nonsensical it didn't warrant a response from me. It was just a stupid attempt to justify attacks by insane pieces of filth who want to go around stabbing innocent people who have been open enough in their views to allow them to live and practice their faith in this country. Says it all really.
You claimed that a specific phrase was condoning the attacks. It wasn't
The nonsense claim is something unrelated. Like saying "Heroin users steal from people because they need to buy food for their unicorns". Nonsense, but still not condoning the stealing.
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