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Re: Re: Re: The World Trade Center Tragedy

by pmas (Hermit)
on Sep 18, 2001 at 10:07 UTC ( #113050=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: The World Trade Center Tragedy
in thread The World Trade Center Tragedy

Beyond the obvious reprocussions of not doing anything, we have a right, by basic international law, to go after those involved.

Basic international law says, IMHO to bring case in Internation Court in Hague, netherland. And I thing it is right thing to do - maybe after US commandos will bring Osama and couple other there. Even if innocent life will get lost in this action, I will applaud US restrain.

I know american tradition was, when settlers came into new teritory, to set laws and enforce them right there. I understand how hard is to show restraint now, when it hurts. But - do we (western civilization) have another option? Do we want to prove to Osama and his evil companions that for USA killing millions of innocent does not mean a lot, because they are "just muslims", not worth as much as US own people?

Germany is especially concerned, because they have huge muslim minority, and racist attack are more often that here (sorry if I misintepret is, felow monks from germany). I think it will be wonderful if Germany (after being involved in staring two wars) will be able to prevent the third...

World as we knew it ended 9/11. We should hope we can still prevent "holy war" between muslim and western civilizations...

pmas
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