RE: Bin Laden's Statement

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Date: Sat Nov 10 2001 - 01:30:53 GMT

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    Hi Wade,

    Religion is used as a weapon, or as an excuse in a weaker sense, by both
    the east and the west. Religion is a weapon of war to cloud true
     motives (resource disputes, fear for dominance) of aggression of
    one group to the other has been reported as far as recorded history goes.

    If Bin Laden stresses that there is no God by only Allah, why dis he end
    his statement with: (or did the translator make an error?)

    "God bear witness that I have conveyed the message. God bear witness that
    I have conveyed the message. God bear witness that I have conveyed the

    God's peace and blessings be upon you"


    ps. I take your remark on `smitherines', oops... I mean `smithereens'...

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