Islamic Terrorism: is religion/belief no matter how misguided, the main motivator?

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  1. Damocles

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    Will take the Western media a bit to catch up on this, but the Iraqi Government have just bombed a factory in West Mosul held by ISIS and it turned out they were using it for the production of white phosphorus
     
  2. Damocles

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    Might have jumped the gun there. Western forces are getting blamed for dropping a WP bomb.

    All a bit chaotic at the minute.
     
  3. kippax4ever

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    Well if its full off them fkers,so be it wonder if them 4000virgins waiting for them like a man without body hair..
     
  4. Man_City_Loyal

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    just like any religion people are using their own warped views of what they believe in, pushing these views on others and causing the murders.

    In this case with Islamic terrorism, its no surprise the Saudi interpretation Wahhabism is the version of the Koran alot of these terrorist scum read.
     
  5. Gelsons Dad

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    Willie Pete is extremely common in munitions. It's what is used in smoke grenades and incendiary bombs. It's not outlawed and you will find traces of it on every battlefield.
     
  6. Ancient Citizen

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    True. However, as an aside, my dad and his mates were issued with phosphorous grenades and wooden dum-dum bullets
    when on active service in the Ardennes. As you'll no doubt know, one causes agonising burns that continue even
    under water, the bullets splinter and spread throughout the body, making medical help extremely difficult.
    This, despite their banning under the Geneva convention, apparently, it was in response to SS atrocities against British troops.
     
  7. west didsblue

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    Interesting article in today's FT about Qatar being isolated by its neighbours for supporting terrorism.
     
  8. smudgedj

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    Saudi Arabia accusing others of supporting terrorism. Top trolling that is.
     
  9. west didsblue

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    That crossed my mind too.
     
  10. Le Havre Oswald

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    A fair few verses could do with being changed in the Quran. Wont hold my breath mind.
     

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