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Wednesday, September 06, 2006

A letter to Mr Jaaoura

Once again, ignorance strikes one more time. Taking away the life of an innocent British man this time. Oh but wait, maybe he is not that innocent. Actually, I think he was 100% guilty.

The British victim was guilty because he, against the advice of all the lads at the pub, insisted on coming to this savage place called the Middle East, where everyone runs around in robes, persecute women and chop each others' necks off… well, that’s what the lads told him anyways.

This Briton was guilty because he stayed in your hotels, ate at your restaurants and spent his hard earned cash in your frailing economy..

This Briton was guilty for wanting to visit your country, your markets and your historic and touristy spots, so that he can go back to his hometown and show the lads at the pub that that place they warned against, is not what they think it is...

This Briton was guilty for believing in whatever humanity we have left in us..

And the to animal who committed this atrocious act… You killed and terrorized the living daylights of people who have nothing to do with whatever sad cause you believe in. If you are such a tough guy, why don't you go and flex your scrawny muscles in South Lebanon or the Occupied Territories in Palestine.

You fucking imbecile. You are a rodent, a vermin that should be crushed under the feet of your own people. You think this will scare the "evil" west away? You really think this will hurt them? You did nothing but cause damage to your own flesh and blood… Bravo, for taking your nation and your people years in the opposite direction of the rest of the human race.

I wish that you, along with anyone who shares you sick ideologies, rot in hell's darkest corners…


  • So sad, Mori. I wish everyone thought like you and I sometimes.
    No amount of outside interference will change this or prevent happening again.

    The people inside have to call for the brainwashing to stop, call for less 'understanding' of the victim. Because there's nothing to see here.

    By Blogger marwan, at September 7, 2006 at 7:51 AM  

  • it's shockingly shamefull, and the worst thing about it is that, the more it happens, the more the people get used to it, as a normal thing, the less attention it takes, until it actually becomes a part of everday life like in Iraq, or Lebanon som years ago...

    It's disgusting.

    By Blogger Yazan, at September 7, 2006 at 8:12 AM  

  • moryarti, I'm with you 100%

    By Blogger Seabee, at September 7, 2006 at 3:33 PM  

  • It's so amazingly senseless. And in Jordan of all places! Generally such a laid-back, friendly, open and tolerant place. I always felt very welcome there, and safe.

    This murderous extremism is a new cancer. It must be rooted out.

    By Blogger secretdubai, at September 7, 2006 at 5:55 PM  

  • By Blogger Zaydoun, at September 9, 2006 at 12:54 PM  

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