Thursday, 16 July 2009


It did take some amount of hatred to commit this crime.

Its not only in Australia that hatred & persecution occurs. It can happen anywhere and against anyone.
“The investigation into this bloody crime is bound to show there are some indications the suspect was hostile toward foreigners — the signs are there,” said Saxony police chief Bernd Merbitz told Bild.

Magdi Al-Sayed, press officer at the German embassy in Cairo, said the case was isolated and did not reflect German attitude towards Muslims.

“It is a criminal act. It has nothing to do with persecution against Muslims,” Sayed told the Egyptian state newspaper The Egyptian Gazette.

Terming it as a criminal act may help us to stop inflaming religious feelings, but may also stop us from getting to the bottom of things.

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