It’s a possibly useful task to read quotes from supporters of the ‘resistance’ and other apologists for terrorism in a heavy Italian-American accent. Give it a try with these examples:
As other suicide bombers have said, they may regret the loss of innocent lives in their political, murderous acts – but they atone with their own lives and hope God forgives them. The logic is clear: your security is only assured if ours is. If our women and children are killed, then your women and children are killed.
….The British public have deep sympathy and understanding of the folly of the Iraq war, and will not condone any backlash. On the other hand, they have not yet made their mark as the people of Spain and others did, forcing their governments to withdraw from Bush’s evil “coalition of the willing”. And they should.
Don Tariq Ali in the Guardian, July 8: The principal cause of this violence is the violence being inflicted on the people of the Muslim world. And unless this is recognised, the horrors will continue.
Don George Galloway MP: If the British government continues with this disastrous policy, greater disasters will follow — to the people of Iraq, to our troops in Iraq and to the citizens of our country.
Update: Here is a fresh one just in from Don Anjem Choudary of the al-Muhajiroun mob
“It is not a question of whether one condemns or condones what took place on 7/7 – 7/7 is a reality. We need to see what caused this particular effect, otherwise we are going to continue in a cycle of blood and I believe another 7/7 is a very real possibility.