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Our Prime Minister sits with confessed killers by bomb and rifle shot and calls them leaders in Northern Ireland
Our Prime Minister will not act in direct contact with Arab killers by the knife to save the life of an Englishman calling the Arabs in question murderers
When does a killer become a leader in his/her community
Is beheading so much worse than beating a man to death in front of his children??

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It is obviously tragic what that guy and his family are going through, maybe this though will put off other people from risking their lives to make a quick buck, they can earn between £1000-£2000 per day working in Iraq. There can be no negotiations with these feckers over this guy. Remember, there are still thousands of British troops out there, to give in or to barter would mean open season on kidnapping our boys to get their way.

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I stand corrected, according to the BBC they are now releasing a female prisoner being held in an Iraqi jail. Fecking bad precedent if you ask me. My betting is they will still behead the poor b'stard anyway.

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These people are needed to try and rebuild Iraq, as they don't seem to have the skills necessary to do the job themselves. If you listen to the majority of Iraqis, they are complaining that not enough rebuilding is being done. Some are still without Electricity and running water after a year of war, no wonder they are rebelling
Why aren't the governments involved putting theses people in secure accomadation(even the Army camps if that is possible) to try and give them protection?

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Presumably to distinguish civil matters from military ones...but it would make sense.
Heard last night that the female prisoner being released is a scientist specialising in Germ and Chemical Warfare. Is this right? Seems like a daft move to me to release someone with such knowledge at this time.

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I must admit, I was somewhat surprised whilst watching BBC News 24 in the early hours yesterday.

They showed the complete lead-up to the murder, (NOT execution), right to the point when the knife was drawn and the American pushed onto his left hand side and held down by one of the hooded murderers as the knife weilder bent down to complete the act, at which point the video was 'frozen'.

Could this be described as 'sensational' reporting ??

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Mike Mendoza on talkSPORT reckons he has watched the videos of the executions...from a journalistic POV.
I couldnt do it.

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They're easy enough to find !

I couldn't bring myself to open it though !

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my guess is that the bloke's already dead

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Yep, but the sick feckers are dragging out the agony for his family. His dead for sure, fecking scum.

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You could be wrong
These are strange people and the English guy has a solid reputation among the street Arabs
Fingers crossed




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