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Iraq Militants Kill 12 Nepali Hostages

The Nepalis were kidnapped earlier this month when they entered Iraq to work as cooks and cleaners for a Jordanian firm. The killing of men from a tiny country that had nothing to do with the invasion or occupation of Iraq will send shockwaves through foreign companies doing business here.

"We have carried out the sentence of God against 12 Nepalis who came from their country to fight the Muslims and to serve the Jews and the Christians...believing in Buddha as their God," said the statement by the military committee of the Army of Ansar al-Sunna.

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At some point those that think this is all because of the invasion of Iraq will realize it's really all about killing and controlling everyone that's not muslim.

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Those peaceful muslims

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they're sooooo misunderstood....

DE

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Re: Those peaceful muslims

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Hi Dave,
I wonder if these militants understand how close they are getting to being fried, along with millions of other innocent folk.
They will see alah alright...a very large flash.
The west will not stand for this crap for ever.

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You missed part of what was said ...

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Ansar al-Sunna, one of several militant groups to emerge following the ouster of Saddam Hussein, said it had kidnapped the Nepalis because they were cooperating with U.S. troops.

Scores of nationals from more than two dozen countries have been kidnapped since April, when guerrillas embarked on new tactics to force foreign troops and firms to leave Iraq.

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Ansar al-Sunna, one of several militant groups to emerge following the ouster of Saddam Hussein, said it had kidnapped the Nepalis because they were cooperating with U.S. troops.

Only by a long stretch of the imagination. These men were simply cooks for a Jordanian firm that is helping to rebuild Iraq. These men were doing nothing directly with U.S. troops. They were very clear in identifying the crime that these men were Buddists serving Christians and Jews. Keep in mind that to these wackos this is a capital offense.

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Scores of nationals from more than two dozen countries have been kidnapped since April, when guerrillas embarked on new tactics to force foreign troops and firms to leave Iraq.

Sure they want all foreigners out, even those civilians there to try to rebuild their country after the war.

Wonder why?

Now, they just resent foreigners in their country will be the first respose. But to run everyone out now leaves the country in shambles, and the militants an excellent chance to take over by intimidation and violence.

I believe that is their true goal. A bunch of fanatics wanting their chance to become Saddam, or more accurately wanting to be the next Ayatullah Ruhollah Khomeini. Many of the individual leaders see a chance to be the next world famous Islamic dictator.

You do remember Khomeini don't you? One link, there are thousands I'm sure, and a quote from the article-

Over the remaining decade of his life, Khomeini consolidated his rule. Proving himself as ruthless as the Shah had been, he had thousands killed while stamping out a rebellion of the secular left. He stacked the state bureaucracies with faithful clerics and drenched the schools and the media with his personal doctrines. After purging the military and security services, he rebuilt them to ensure their loyalty to the clerical state.




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Boy, this says it all!

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"We have carried out the sentence of God against 12 Nepalis who came from their country to fight the Muslims and to serve the Jews and the Christians...believing in Buddha as their God," said the statement by the military committee of the Army of Ansar al-Sunna. (Emphasis mine)

There ain't too many others in the world left. Surely if they slaughter enough people that aren't "Israel" and "USA" people will get the idea that hatred of Americans is not their driving force and sole eventual goal?

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