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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by personal59: 12:39pm On Jun 16, 2017
hm mm


am just tired of everything self for this country
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by feelgoodInc: 12:40pm On Jun 16, 2017
all south South and igbos should change their money into dollars right now....

Those that experienced the first war will tell you that they got only 20 Nigerian pounds after the war.

Following the ultimatum of Arewa youths, the same thing is being plotted again. Except that it will happen before any war and not after. When and if violence breaks out in the north, they know Igbos will retaliate.

The first things is that they will claim banks cannot opendue to insecurity, but bank will function normally in the north. Eventually when it becomes too dangerous for any Igbo to venture into the north to operate their bank accounts, they will order the banks in the Igbo areas to close up completely, effectively trapping your money in Nigerian banks and will be seized. Then they will change money to make sure any money you have in your possession is useless.

Using the instrument of the Federal Government, some people now in government are already plotting how to confiscate your money in the bank.

Those with hefty sums should begin to convert some of their assets into foreign currency immediately, or open up bank accounts in other foreign countries.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by MrImole: 12:40pm On Jun 16, 2017
Lol
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by ephi321(f): 12:41pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



Nigeria will also retaliate by denying them visas. Tit for tat. The army did a good job on IPOB and shiites

Wait a sec. Lemme have a goooood laugh!

Nigerian visa you say?! Like the visa has any value. Joker you are dude.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Buharimustgo: 12:41pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.

Please reduce your lies so that Satan can even consider u in the last kingdom left

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Onliie(m): 12:42pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
look at this one, no regard for human lives

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by feelgoodInc: 12:44pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



The Nigerian army got an Intel that IPOB youths were gathered in the field to strategize on how to destabilize the country. The army quickly went there and shot at them to disperse them. Something every sane Nigerian should commend

and you believed it, how many weapons did they recover?

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 12:44pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



The Nigerian army got an Intel that IPOB youths were gathered in the field to strategize on how to destabilize the country. The army quickly went there and shot at them to disperse them. Something every sane Nigerian should commend
This guy is stu*id.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Terkimbi01: 12:46pm On Jun 16, 2017
IpobExposed:
liepods will never cause war in Nigeria no Mather how hard they try

We are currently at war in Benue state, it is not caused by Igbo's.

as a matter of fact, what the Igbo's are doing is helping our plight in Benue.

At least, Nigerians are discussing Nigeria for the first time.
If you blame the Igbo's and leave the Fulani who are hell belt on wiping us out, then you are our enemy.

for your info, we are know who are our nightmares, it is not the Igbo.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Kyase(m): 12:46pm On Jun 16, 2017
HiddenShadow:
Nigeria don buy market

Burantai must go to prison
you read the story so?
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Callmemike(m): 12:48pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



The Nigerian army got an Intel that IPOB youths were gathered in the field to strategize on how to destabilize the country. The army quickly went there and shot at them to disperse them. Something every sane Nigerian should commend

Does this make sense to you? Is a strategy to destablize a country done in an open field? And why not arrest and prosecute them? Why kill them without verifying the said 'intel'? You need to be thinking more and talking less

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Terkimbi01: 12:48pm On Jun 16, 2017
padiga047:
This guy is stu*id.
I don't think he is stu*id
I think he is a wicked soul, doing the biddings of the devil.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by LastSurvivor11: 12:49pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



Nigeria will also retaliate by denying them visas. Tit for tat. The army did a good job on IPOB and shiites

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 12:49pm On Jun 16, 2017
Terkimbi01:


I don't think he is stu*id

I think he is a wicked soul,
doing the biddings of the devil.
Even the devil won't employ someone as stu*id as that.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 12:49pm On Jun 16, 2017
EasternWind:
War crimes: We stand by our report – Amnesty International
By Ameh Comrade Godwin on June 15, 2017@dailypostngr

Amnesty International (AI) has said it is still standing by its report indicting top Nigeria military officers over war crime in the North Eastern part of the country.

AI media manager in Nigeria, Isa Sanusi was responding to summary of the report by the Nigerian military panel investigating the allegations.


Sanusi said, “We stand by the findings of our research and our call for an investigation that is independent, impartial and thorough; criteria that this panel clearly does not meet.”

He added that, “We maintain that the nine senior commanders named in our report should be the subject of an effective and independent investigation.”


The press statement said, “To this end we welcome the panel’s recommendation that there should be a Presidential Commission of Inquiry into these allegations of horrific war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in north east Nigeria.


“President Muhammadu Buhari promised an independent investigation into our allegations of human rights violations and crimes under international law two years ago. This is a vital step and must be implemented as a matter of urgency by the government.”‎

“Amnesty International’s priority is justice, human rights and the dignity of human life in Nigeria.

“We maintain that those suspected of committing human rights violations and crimes under international law on all sides of the conflict must be brought to justice in fair trials before civilian courts without recourse to the death penalty. We also urge the military to make the whole of this report public,” AI stated.

http://dailypost.ng/2017/06/15/war-crimes-stand-report-amnesty-international/

Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by NLandIsHypocrit: 12:49pm On Jun 16, 2017
I patiently read this to see where the killings of innocent and unarmed IPOB members were mentioned but to no avail, then they're talking trash.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 12:52pm On Jun 16, 2017
feelgoodInc:
all south South and igbos should change their money into dollars right now....

Those that experienced the first war will tell you that they got only 20 Nigerian pounds after the war.

Following the ultimatum of Arewa youths, the same thing is being plotted again. Except that it will happen before any war and not after. When and if violence breaks out in the north, they know Igbos will retaliate.

The first things is that they will claim banks cannot opendue to insecurity, but bank will function normally in the north. Eventually when it becomes too dangerous for any Igbo to venture into the north to operate their bank accounts, they will order the banks in the Igbo areas to close up completely, effectively trapping your money in Nigerian banks and will be seized. Then they will change money to make sure any money you have in your possession is useless.

Using the instrument of the Federal Government, some people now in government are already plotting how to confiscate your money in the bank.

Those with hefty sums should begin to convert some of their assets into foreign currency immediately, or open up bank accounts in other foreign countries.

why are some people so stupid

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Terkimbi01: 12:53pm On Jun 16, 2017
Callmemike:


Does this make sense to you? Is a strategy to destablize a country done in an open field? And why not arrest and prosecute them? Why kill them without verifying the said 'intel'? You need to be thinking more and talking less

Who told you that dark soul and messenger of death is not thinking?

He knows exactly what he is doing.
read read between the lines and you will notice dark smoke from his wicked heart.

Unfortunately, his like are the reason why Benue state is in danger.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Kfed4ril(m): 12:55pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:



The Nigerian army got an Intel that IPOB youths were gathered in the field to strategize on how to destabilize the country. The army quickly went there and shot at them to disperse them. Something every sane Nigerian should commend

The Fulani herdsmen protested yesterday with arms in from of taraba state house, why didn't the army open shots at them? Instead the where excurted by police.

What do you have to say about that?

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by alanka(f): 12:55pm On Jun 16, 2017
rainylad:



.....Good..Nigeria on the brink,its a matter of time.
North east supposes to leave Nigeria jeje
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 1:00pm On Jun 16, 2017
Nigeria security agencies are terrorists in government uniforms.

Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Ngokafor(f): 1:02pm On Jun 16, 2017
..Chai Nigeria has entered one chance embarassed

..Burantashi and buhari the new 'sherifatu in town'..see una lives??..yeye dey boom.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by emi14: 1:02pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
After typing volume of rubbish of your nature u got just 3 likes meaning that imbecility is your heritage. Which market where looted. Idleness is epidemic after your life.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Nobody: 1:02pm On Jun 16, 2017
Since Nigeria is also a member of the International community and a sovereign country it is wrong for ICC probably backed by the United States to engage and try to intimidate it's military (defense mechanism) like this...
I think there's a need for Donald Trump and the ICC to review their approach towards the Nigerian government and Nigeria which is also a Republic just like American.
A free and fair deal is the way forward. IMO
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by bejeria101(m): 1:03pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.

Thats why they should be killed? Try get sense. When you dont value humanlife why wont you type thrash

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Jaqenhghar: 1:03pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
You do sound like one who has taken more medium stout than is good for him

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by ibombiz: 1:06pm On Jun 16, 2017
[quote author=MediumStout post=57570506]


Stop all this sentimental rants and call a spade a spade. Did IPOB became violent by burning trucks and mosques? YES

Did IPOB incite the Igbo's to hate other Nigerians? YES

Did IPOB disrepected nigerians by calling our country a zoo? YES

Did IPOB call Buhari a sitting president a pedophile and a terrorist? YES


Do you expect the army and police not to kill such renegades? The army did a good job. Blame Nnamdi Kanu for your predicaments ....Just look at your reasons for killing, or taking a Man's life.... As if you were not in this Country when OBJ And GEJ where the President.
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by jrusky(m): 1:09pm On Jun 16, 2017
But Putin and the West are not war criminals in Syria is that right? Thunder fire amnesty 100 time. I don't even know why they still exist in Nigeria in the first place.

Useless jobless Amnesty pooh. So Nigeria army should romancing with Boko Haram nah or even making friends with boko haram nah may God punish all of you called amnesty. Over 50.000 innocent Nigerian souls went to early grave in a brutal killing by the boko goats you bloody amnesty did not ask for Shekau head but were saying our army that put their lives on line are now guilty. God punish amnesty.
Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by gbegemaster(m): 1:09pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
What an embarrassing and dissapointing comment.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Lightening: 1:09pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.

I am ashamed of your reasoning, that is if you are not a child.

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by donjahsy(m): 1:10pm On Jun 16, 2017
MediumStout:
Amnesty international is an attention seeking bunch. The biafra protesters killed by the army are unruly and violent youths who were out to destroy the peace enjoyed by other Nigerias living in the east as commanded by Nnamdi Kanu on radio biafra. They burnt several dangote trucks, burnt mosques, shut down and looted markets and shops and even killed and threw security officials over onitsha bridge yet they claim they were having peaceful protest. Who is fooling who?

The shiites killed by the army were forming a government in kaduna state. They are rebellious and refused to recognize the authority of the state government and federal government. They blocked the convoy of chief of army staff turning deaf ears to all pleas and were even ready to engage the military. They only take orders from El-zaky zaky. Which sane government would fold it's arm and watch shiites and IPOB metamorphos into a full blown terrorist group before taking action considering the fact that we are still battling Bokoharam and Niger delta militants?

The Nigerian army's responsibility is to protect the lives and properties of nigerians and defend the sovereignty of the country. They have done just that and sane people consider it as a perfect job.

Amnesty international can keep whining about human rights abuses but will hypocritically turn a blind eye when the United States and other western nations commits atrocities. The US drone program has killed more civilians in Pakistan than the taliban they claim to be fighting. When Iraq was invaded, civilian casualties were on the maximum. Till today Libya is the battling the after effects of the invasion led by the United States. Amnesty international won't see all that. Bloody hypocrites.
In a sane country your kind would be fished out and would be prosecuted and be thrown into jail where u belong

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Re: War Crime: We Stand By Our Report - Amnesty International by Flamezreal(m): 1:11pm On Jun 16, 2017
Lol, I thought Amnesty international was reacting to Ibop killings before, until I read this piece and discovered the pressure was from the northeast. Some people can seek relevance for Africa! But all the same all life is sacred. Uniform men should be civil and respect the sanctity of human live .
Shalom

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