Algerians helped Japanese hostage to escape, company says

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    T_rexmaxytime

    wow. crazy stuff. pray for all the deceased.

  • 1

    LFRAgain

    Words just can't express how sad and angry I feel for the families and friends of the victims in this insanity. It's just unfathomable how these groups can justify this kind of murder. And the West's understandable inability to bridge the divide that makes it possible to understand why Islamic radicals would line up unarmed people and simply murder them in the name of religion is precisely why this war is never going to end.

    The more these kinds of attacks happen, the more galvanized non-Muslim nations become against radical Islam and terrorism. Under the hawkish Abe administration, Japan is now closer than it has ever been to making radical changes to a constitution that renounces the use of military force to address grievances. We can thank radical Islam for that.

    This is all going to get worse before it gets better, and good, peace-loving Muslims are going to get caught in the crossfire.

    This just pisses me off.

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    badsey3

    And the West's understandable inability to bridge the divide that makes it possible to understand why Islamic radicals would line up unarmed people and simply murder them in the name of religion is precisely why this war is never going to end.

    -That's just what the "media" wants you believe. Do you really believe "the rebels" in Syria are Syrian?

    Company president Kawana, who flew to Algeria to co-ordinate the firm’s response said he had been stunned to see the charred remains of vehicles and other wrecks that littered the plant.

    -that is what all companies Presidents should be doing at a time of crisis.

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    serendipitous

    Very sad. What a pointless waste of lives. Credit to the president of JGC for doing the right thing by helping to identify and bring the bodies back.

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