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about 100 dead so far. 104 according to swedish media

is Pakistan sunni or shia in majority?

apparently it's a military scool for children and 5/6 of the talibans were dressed in military uniforms.

Edit

most likely the fathers of these children are the ones involved in the war/conflict up north, so these terrorists strike back at them at home and kill their children.

great week for islamic terrorism so far.
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#4
Wow, that's terrible.

It's quite weird to think that the Taliban have pretty much dropped from public awareness since the rise of IS.
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Wow, that's terrible.

It's quite weird to think that the Taliban have pretty much dropped from public awareness since the rise of IS.
So, this is like a publicity stunt, then?
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So, this is like a publicity stunt, then?


Not what I meant to imply, was simply an observation of how quickly it seems we forget about these groups whenever the latest one pops up.
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man this is pretty awful
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Not what I meant to imply, was simply an observation of how quickly it seems we forget about these groups whenever the latest one pops up.

Well, that's sort of my point.

In my mind, the Taliban are having a meeting about how ISIS(or whatever they're called this week, ****ers wouldn't know brand identity if it fell out of the sky, landed on their face and started to wiggle) are getting all the headlines, and are eating into their market share.

They're talking about how to leverage their core competencies and suchlike. So it's like an episode of The Office.
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#10
I can't even comprehend why people would do this. I am really ****ing sick of humanity
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#12
What the ****.....

It's stuff like this that makes me want to sell my stuff and live my life as a hermit.....
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#13
I can't believe how we are not actively seeking war against these shitty groups.
Why is it that there have to be millions of people killed before any country decides to think about a response?
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I can't believe how we are not actively seeking war against these shitty groups.
Why is it that there have to be millions of people killed before any country decides to think about a response?

Because the Taliban are not an army that you can bring to battle. they're a bunch of goat-****ing people who will just go back to their families and pretend they've been there the whole time when the Yanks show up with artillery and stuff.
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I can't believe how we are not actively seeking war against these shitty groups.
Why is it that there have to be millions of people killed before any country decides to think about a response?

Can't win by bombing, not willing to send boots on the ground.
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I can't believe how we are not actively seeking war against these shitty groups.
Why is it that there have to be millions of people killed before any country decides to think about a response?

Response against groups like the Taliban isn't the greatest sometimes. The Taliban are anti-American, and when a Taliban member and civilian (as collateral damage) are killed people say that the Taliban are right, innocent people are dying because of America. Every person you kill there will be ten new people ready to do something about it.
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Well, that's sort of my point.

In my mind, the Taliban are having a meeting about how ISIS(or whatever they're called this week, ****ers wouldn't know brand identity if it fell out of the sky, landed on their face and started to wiggle) are getting all the headlines, and are eating into their market share.

They're talking about how to leverage their core competencies and suchlike. So it's like an episode of The Office.

It's IS. It's kinda scary because it's about subtle projection for plans for expansion.


It's weird you'd make this joke cuz they're probably more recognizable than coke at this point. At least in Syria. They're very, very good at propaganda.
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It's IS. It's kinda scary because it's about subtle projection for plans for expansion.


It's weird you'd make this joke cuz they're probably more recognizable than coke at this point. At least in Syria. They're very, very good at propaganda.

Yea, but the point you managed to be utterly oblivious to is that I'm referring the Taliban carrying out this attack in order to get some media exposure back from IS.
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#19
Seriously **** them. **** THEM. **** THEM
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Yea, but the point you managed to be utterly oblivious to is that I'm referring the Taliban carrying out this attack in order to get some media exposure back from IS.

Nah the Taliban has probably been at this kinda thing since IS was an Iraqi mutant baby
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Nah the Taliban has probably been at this kinda thing since IS was an Iraqi mutant baby


Yeah but over the last 12 months or so, particularly with the winding-down of Western presence in Afghanistan, there's been much more focus world-wide on IS than the Taliban.

It seems to be a much more locally-motivated attack rather than one trying to get themselves attention though.
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Why is it these stupid groups attack innocent people and then act all surprised when everybody hates them?
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This would never happen in the US.


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This proves there is no religion within these groups.

This has to be the most heart wrenching thing I've read in a long time to do with the world.
Seriously horrible, disgusting and shameful. RIP to the innocent 135 who died.

they massacred f*cking kids! my god..
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This proves there is no religion within these groups.

This has to be the most heart wrenching thing I've read in a long time to do with the world.
Seriously horrible, disgusting and shameful. RIP to the innocent 135 who died.

they massacred f*cking kids! my god..

For more despair, read up on Gaza and Syria.
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Religion of peace!

Yes, because this has religious reasons rather than political.
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Yes, because this has religious reasons rather than political.

They are using religious reasons to justify it though, which makes them scum. Don't hijack religious reasons when the Koran is basically against killing innocents.
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Stop using this event as a means to voice your prejudice. This has nothing to do with religion. Religion is a simple narrative for the masses that is used to obfuscate the actual intent: a power struggle. This is politics. Raw, unfiltered politics. Village idiots vying for supremacy.
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Even if they have religious reasons, I bet it has more to do with trying to survive now they have been kicked out of power, rather than to spread the Koran.
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Even if they have religious reasons, I bet it has more to do with trying to survive now they have been kicked out of power, rather than to spread the Koran.

Of course, which is why it's despicable that their justification is "the Koran says... (blah blah blah *BULLSHIT* blah blah blah)". And, like I said, there are passages in the Koran that condemn killing innocents.
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Yes, because this has religious reasons rather than political.

Well it's a good thing the Koran is #1 political authority in Islam isn't it, otherwise this would have nothing to do with Islam.
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Well it's a good thing the Koran is #1 political authority in Islam isn't it, otherwise this would have nothing to do with Islam.

I think people's greed is the #1 political authority for these people.
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Yes, I know all about Gaza & Syria, however, the brutality of this attack was worse than what I've seen from any single attack from any of those conflicts. Of course it is all horrible, but theres something far too eerie and inhumane about 6 gunmen playing target practice with tonnes of kids, sends shivers down my spine what mentality someone could go through to allow themselves to do this.

While I agree religion always has a part to play in everything, I do not believe these sorts of people have any religious views, they can't, and if they do, they are even worse.
They are not Islamic, not even close, the Quran does NOT allow this sort of behaviour, infact the Quran is quite a peaceful book.

These people however, are evil.
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I think people's greed is the #1 political authority for these people.

Yeah, they sure made a lotta money on this thing. Certainly wasn't ideological by any means. Certainly isn't related to a religion that describes self-defense as cutting the throats of people who encroach on your territory.


This is only political, and politics are inherently unrelated to Islamists. Has nothing to do with concepts like Qisas, where retaliation for killing is taken out in "eye for an eye" fashion ("since our kids were killed by you, we'll kill YOUR kids").


If only this were motivated by Islamic beliefs, otherwise no one in the world would ever be killed again.
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Yeah, they sure made a lotta money on this thing. Certainly wasn't ideological by any means. Certainly isn't related to a religion that describes self-defense as cutting the throats of people who encroach on your territory.


This is only political, and politics are inherently unrelated to Islamists. Has nothing to do with concepts like Qisas, where retaliation for killing is taken out in "eye for an eye" fashion ("since our kids were killed by you, we'll kill YOUR kids").


If only this were motivated by Islamic beliefs, otherwise no one in the world would ever be killed again.

Who the **** is talking about money? And using this as self-defense is hardly unique to the Islam. These are warfare tactics used everywhere on the world.
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This proves there is no religion within these groups.

This has to be the most heart wrenching thing I've read in a long time to do with the world.
Seriously horrible, disgusting and shameful. RIP to the innocent 135 who died.

they massacred f*cking kids! my god..

Maybe the kids shouldn't have been f*cking, then?
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