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2018-11-09 Terror Networks
US 'war on terror' has killed 500,000 people: Study
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Posted by trailing wife 2018-11-09 00:03|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [6473 views ]  Top

#1 Muslim civil war kills...
Posted by Blackbeard Creretle1983 2018-11-09 01:17||   2018-11-09 01:17|| Front Page Top

#2 Bin Laden's plan was to get us embroiled in endless, extremely costly wars all over the world.

It worked.
Posted by Herb McCoy 2018-11-09 05:31||   2018-11-09 05:31|| Front Page Top

#3 Head in the sand, Ostrich
Posted by Frank G 2018-11-09 07:06||   2018-11-09 07:06|| Front Page Top

#4 Notice how ALL casualties are the fault of the US. Why, if we just didn't resist, no one would die at all!
Posted by Rob Crawford 2018-11-09 07:29||   2018-11-09 07:29|| Front Page Top

#5 Why, if we just didn't resist, no one would die at all!

Which brings up the question: Does this tally include the Muslims killed by Al Qaeda and Daesh for breaking Shariah law? Then The half million number seems believable.

One point - These Islamo-nazis are much better at killing their fellow Muslims than unbelievers.
Posted by Frozen Al 2018-11-09 12:55||   2018-11-09 12:55|| Front Page Top

#6 It seems to include everybody killed under every circumstance in which the US was even tangentially involved in the conflict. But honestly, even so, considering the next population of the countries involved in many hundreds of millions, and it has taken about 17 years to get to that number, that's really not very many at all. Half a million sounds like a lot, but it's actually less than a tenth of a percent of the involved populations over 17 years, a period that has seen a generation born and grow to adulthood (in countries where a 17 year old is still forced to grow up under most circumstances, unlike in the US).
Posted by Vernal Hatrack2366 2018-11-09 15:47||   2018-11-09 15:47|| Front Page Top

#7 So in sum, very, very small beans.
Posted by Vernal Hatrack2366 2018-11-09 15:48||   2018-11-09 15:48|| Front Page Top

#8 Rookie numbers
Posted by DarthVader 2018-11-09 17:27||   2018-11-09 17:27|| Front Page Top

#9 I always like to compare deaths to the carnage on U.S. highways. In 17 years, between 500,000 and 600,000 innocent civilians died on U.S. highways, probably many more, and that doesn't even consider all the wounded. Umm, injured.
Posted by Bobby 2018-11-09 17:34||   2018-11-09 17:34|| Front Page Top

#10 US 'war on terror' Islam has killed 500,000 people: Study

Fixed that. Piece of pork be upon them.
Posted by Woodrow 2018-11-09 17:51||   2018-11-09 17:51|| Front Page Top

#11 And we never really went crazy on them. They should consider what it might be like if we went all out war.
Posted by rjschwarz 2018-11-09 23:45||   2018-11-09 23:45|| Front Page Top

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