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Tel Aviv: Prime suspect of 2009 LGBT youth centre shooting named

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  1. friday jones 11 Jun 2013, 10:52pm

    “I’m angry, and will kill the next person I see whether or not they had anything to do with why I’m angry.” -Every Terrorist Ever.

    Why not just call this what it is? It’s Terrorism. Anti-LGBT terrorism that could have come from any Talib. What makes this IDF soldier any different or better than a Talib? Not a single millimeter of difference between the two.

    1. Completely right! There is no reason to use violence against anyone; especially, those that have nothing to do with another’s action.

  2. That’s an interesting view: I think the usual interpretation is that terrorism is motivated by some sort of religious or political agenda and has a specific end in mind. I don’t know if a mentally unstable person with a gun and a grudge can really be called a terrorist, unless you consider the Dunblane massacre (for example) also an act of terrorism.

    1. That’s meant in response to Friday Jones above.

  3. On the other hand 12 Jun 2013, 11:30am

    It sounds like a variation of the “gay panic” defence.

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