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Title: London Under Attack

Year Of Release: 2006

Review Date: August 31, 2006

Rating: Not rated

Running time: 60 minutes

Box Office Gross: N/A

Recommendation: Great, eye opening documentary.

Site Rating: 7 out of 10 stars

I saw a great documentary this month called "London Under Attack." It really delved into the terrorist mindset, even including an interview with a Muslim man who is a specialist on Islam and Muslim culture. On camera, he directed the host of the documentary to terrorist and pro-Jihad web sites and translated it for viewers.

Some pretty sad stuff was written on those web sites, then translated into English. Men that are villains committing Jihad were being called heroes. Heroes don't deliberately kill men, women and worst of all, children.

The documentary also showed how the terrorist attacks in London affected Britons. In all of the viciousness of the attacks, the bombers also killed their own people. There was a story of a pretty, young Muslim woman who was in the vicinity of one of the buses in London that was blown up, who had now gone missing after the attacks, presumably killed by them.

Her Muslim father was on TV crying uncontrollably. I felt sorry for him, as his was the grief of a parent who lost a child. And by all appearances, she was a person just going to work.

Which brings me to my point - none of this makes sense. All these innocent people dying around the world via acts of Jihad, just isn't right. No one wins. Not Muslims - and not anyone else struck by this cruelty, over a cause the whole world will never embrace.

Peace is the only answer in the face of all this and to learn to agree to disagree.

 


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