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REPORT: BOMBING SUSPECTS DEVOUT MUSLIMS Comments

According to an earlier sports news report, the Boston marathon bombing suspects were devout Muslims, which could hint at a religious motive for terrorism. Tamerlan Tsarnaev was photographed during a sports interview. He was a boxer. Tamerlain was killed on Thursday night in a shootout. Continue Reading

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  1. Josephine Boone
    1 year ago

    The last tine I checked devote unmarried Muslim males do not sit close to scantily attired women. Better to wait for more facts before playing the "devote Muslim" card.

  2. Jerry N
    1 year ago

    "BOMBING SUSPECTS DEVOUT MUSLIMS"

    I'm not sure I would use the word "devout" to describe anyone as despicably evil as these guys. "Radical" or "Jihadist" would have been a better description.

    "Tamerlan says his girlfriend is half Portuguese, half Italian girlfriend and converted to Islam: 'She's beautiful, man!'"

    She may be beautiful in appearance, but given her conversion to the "religion of peace" and her apparent close association with this terrorist mass murderer, she should be subject to a thorough investigation by the authorities.

  3. Gail Finke
    1 year ago

    "could hint at a religious motive" -- COULD???? HINT??????

    Otherwise thanks for posting this, it's an interesting look at him several years ago. Is the girlfriend the same one he married? His father told ABC news he was married and had a 3-year-old son.


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