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    Common_Sense
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    America attacks Afghanistan

    Well the scene has been set for World War, what will China do???? If they get involved, Lord have his mercy!!

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    RE: America attacks Afghanistan

    I see it unfolding.. air strikes.. They should not waste time with air strikes, and just go nuclear. wipe them off the planet.

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    there you go again with your neurotic solution. Wiping them off this earth is not the solution. Like I told you before keep your horrific solutions to yourself, there is no need to retaliate the way they do. Find a bible P-"NUT". Pray for the unfortunate ones.

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    RE: America attacks Afghanistan

    [font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON Sep-11-01 AT 06:31 PM (EST)[/font][p]ALlyuh not thinking, nuclear? Hello how many countries have access to Nuclear Weapons? Nuclear War is not the answer! War is not the answer!


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    I did not even think about nuclear bombings. I have not ever experienced any man made disasters - war, or any real natural - mother nature disasters. The closest I have come to a civil war was the coup in trinidad with Abu Bakr. But we got real kicks on some people who started looting That was about it. Yes I was scared out my wits for that one to because I was seperated from my mother(meaning she was living here while I was in Trinidad) at the time. And what made the fear worst was that my family is under the muslim faith and we were under surveillance being that my uncle was also named Abu Bakr. He was put in jail and beaten and his mosque was torn down. But not even that fear compares to what happened today. This is on a verge of war and I am more nervous about protecting my son than studying how to WIPE OFF the people across the world or worse WIPING OUT THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD. I am constantly praying that things will change and come to a pass and hope that they just really wanted to blow up the damn building. GOd rest the souls of those who died. PNut have you changed your mind or do you still think bad things.

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    RE: America attacks Afghanistan

    Rebel group behind Kabul strike
    September 11, 2001 Posted: 7:15 PM EDT (2315 GMT)


    KABUL, Afghanistan (CNN) -- Explosions have rocked the capital city of Kabul, hours after terrorist attacks targeted financial and military centers in the United States.

    A rebel group fighting against Afghanistan's ruling Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.

    CNN Correspondent Nic Robertson stood on a balcony for a live report around 2:30 a.m. local time (6 p.m. ET), while explosions boomed behind him. A fire was visible on the horizon, near the city's airport.

    Sources there said an ammunition storage facility was hit.

    Robertson said a spokesman for the rebel group Northern Alliance, led by Ahmad Shah Massoud, claimed responsibility for the early morning attack and promised more strikes were to come.

    The attack comes after an assassination attempt Sunday against Massoud. The rebel leader's brother said Massoud was wounded in the attack, but U.S. officials received information that the leader was killed.

    Massoud, a former defense minister under the deposed government of President Burhanuddin Rabbani, fled to the hills of northern Afghanistan after the Taliban Islamic militia captured Kabul in 1996.

    The Northern Alliance controls 5 percent to 10 percent of the country's territory.

    Robertson said tracer fire was also seen early Wednesday morning, and anti-aircraft fire was heard.

    Afghanistan is believed to be the home of Osama bin Laden, the mastermind suspected to be behind Tuesday's deadly attacks that toppled the landmark twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York and a portion of the Pentagon near Washington.

    The editor of a Pakistani newspaper with ties to bin Laden told CNN that bin Laden denied involvement in any of the attacks.

    "I am not involved in this actions in New York and Washington, but I support these actions. I see them as a reaction against the oppressor," he said in a written statement.

    He added, "When the innocent people were killed in Palestine, why were the people of America silent?"

    U.S. officials said that while the focus is on bin Laden, they had not ruled out other suspects.

    White House spokesman Ari Fleischer said the United States had not ordered any attacks on Afghanistan.

    At a news conference in Kabul hours after the attacks on the United States, Afghanistan's Foreign Minister Wakeel Ahmed Mutawakkel said, "We in Afghanistan do not allow Osama bin Laden to use Afghan territory to launch any attack on any government around the world."

    He said the Afghan government had taken away bin Laden's communication devices "and he has not been in touch with anyone outside Afghanistan."

    But Mutawakkel said the Taliban will conduct its own investigation. "We will determine what really happened. We denounce this terrorist attack, whoever is behind it."


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    RE: America attacks Afghanistan

    The Afghanistan bombing happens every other day over there in Kabul, with battles between govt and oppostion groups. It's nothing new. The media just decided to highlight what was going on. It's hard to sift through what appears to be happening and what's REALLY happening.

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