tflags wrote:Brilliant! So, by this logic, people who provided an humanitarian assistance to war refugees are the originators of a terrorist attack? Just want to follow up on your logic there.
Governments of people who provided an humanitarian assistance to war refugees are the originators of a terrorist attack. The US and its allies have been waging illegitimate wars (both direct ones as well as proxy ones) in so many countries around the world. There will be retaliation when innocent people are killed. As a national of a terrorism-stricken country, I can tell you that we suffer incidents like the Paris attack every month or so. The monsters that the war on terror has produced are now no longer limited to Pakistan or Afghanistan or Iraq. They have found a way to Europe and they will continue to wage war against the people whose governments bombed them and killed their innocent.
Just to be clear I do not support these attacks. I am deeply grieved by the terrorist act. I hope ISIS and all those burn and die a painful death for what they have done. And I am ashamed that the supposedly ISLAMIC state is murdering people who caused no harm to them. When the Prophet Mohammad led an expedition towards the sacred city of Makkah, he had ordered his men to not kill any children, women, elderly, or any other person who is not carrying a weapon of war. I find no justification in Islam of what ISIS has done.
But all these events of the past day or so have got me thinking: Is this all the effect of what the US and NATO have been doing in Afghanistan, Iraq and the rest of the middle east?