Christian killed by terrorists

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    "U.N. investigators linked Syria to the death of Hariri and 22 other people on February, 14, 2005, when an explosion was set off near his motorcade. Damascus denies any involvement, and Hezbollah says Syria's accusers have no evidence to back up their claims.

    Hariri's assassination led to a wave of anti-Syrian protests, dubbed the "Cedar Revolution," and the withdrawal of Syria's military from Lebanon. Syria had dominated Lebanon since 1976, when Syrian troops entered in the early days of Lebanon's civil war."


    I wonder what action the UN intends to take for the assassination of government officials by Syria.:confused:

    A resolution condemning Syria, perhaps? Or are they too busy dreaming up their next resolution against Israel?
     
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    Carpro,

    We'll just have another mullah claim that this act of terrorism does not represent the views of 'most' muslims (wink, wink).

    Another christian will be killed shortly.

    Once our troops are out of Iraq, we will be asked to protect muslims in another country.

    Maybe the mullahs could start preaching peace with Christians instead of hate towards Christians?
     

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