This is an invitation to everyone:
PLEASE DON'T LET HATRED BLIND YOU
First of all I want to clarify something a lot of people don't know about. Suicide is forbidden in Islam.
Don't try arguing with me about that.
Islam is MY religion.
You don't know anything about it, so, you have no right to jump to any conclusions just because you feel like arguing.
Try to find the truth yourself,
and try for once to consider other people's points of view.
That's all I'm asking.
I don't deny that some Muslims do became suicide bombers, but have you really wondered about the real reason behind that
I'll tell you why.
suicide bombers are people who have had enough oppression.
Would you tolerate it if you saw other human beings being oppressed and deprived of their rights to live, to feel safe and to be able to dream of tomorrow
would you tolerate it if you knew that they were oppressed only because they follow the same religion as you do
Would you tolerate it if these things were done to someone close to you
If you can tolerate these things, others can't, and won't just sit around and enjoy watching what's happening, like the rest of the world is doing.
I'm NOT justifying what suicide bombers do, I'm just telling you that oppression is the real cause of the increasing numbers of suicide bombers.
Suicide bombers are people who have lost the will to live. If their loved ones have been killed, and their homes have been destroyed, can they be blamed if they wondered why should they keep on living,
Usually, people commit suicide when their frustration reaches its final limits. The difference here is that suicide bombers want everybody to know who led them to committing suicide. They want their death to be some kind of a message directed to certain people, but would those certain people get it
No, they don't,
they ignore it. And what happens next
Another frustrated person tries to send this message his own way, and hatred increases.
A suicide bomber is usually a person who lost every hope in life, and who have lost someone ( or maybe ) everyone and everything he used to call (dear ). So he is unconsciously led to the belief that since he has gone through all that and no one bothered, then it must be normal. So, to him, it would also seem normal to force someone else into sharing his painful experience of losing someone dear.
I'm NOT defending suicide bombers. In fact, what they're doing is a crime against humanity and against them, themselves. On the other hand, the things that led them to committing suicide should also be considered a crime against humanity.
What I'm trying to say is that what turns normal people into suicide bombers is the absence of justice. I can only hope that a day would come when people learn how to apply justice to every human being regardless of their nation and religion.
If the world would agree on fighting a war against oppression of all kinds, there would be no need for a war against terrorism, don't you agree