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April 9, 2010 2:40 AM

Commentary: Terrorism has no religious preferences

A few words about Christian terrorism. And I suppose the first words should be about those words: "Christian terrorism." The term will seem jarring to those who've grown comfortable regarding terrorism as something exclusive to Islam. That this is a self-deluding fallacy should have long since been apparent to anyone who's been paying attention. We have seen no shortage of "Christians" who believe Jesus requires — or at least allows — them to commit murder.

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