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Subject: Another example of "peaceful islam's" murder to please that pig allah

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Date Posted: 00:22:33 09/17/04 Fri
In reply to: chadi 's message, "A Beslan mother's impossible choice" on 00:14:40 09/16/04 Thu

Our liberal media has already swept this one under the carpet!

>BESLAN, Russia -- After more than 24 hours in
>captivity in Beslan School No. 1 with her two
>daughters, Anetta had to make a choice.

>The hostage-takers had struck a deal with a Russian
>negotiator to let a small group of mothers leave the
>school with their infants, but any older children
>would have to stay.
>Anetta pleaded with terrorists to leave her behind,
>and let her 9-year-old take 1-year-old Milena out
>There was to be no compromise, either she went with
>the infant or no one would be released.
>"My bigger daughter looked at me and every time, every
>time I see her eyes."
>Her elder daughter Alana started to cry.
>"I looked at my daughter, my big daughter. 'Alana you
>are clever girl. You wait,' I told her."
>The last time she saw Alana alive was as she left the
>school with a group of other mothers, many of whom had
>to make a similar choice.
>Twenty-four-hours later, Alana was still a hostage --
>sleeping, a survivor said, when one of the terrorists'
>bombs went off.
>"When the blast went off, she must have gotten up and
>started running away because she had a bullet in her
>neck," Anetta says.
>Every morning, Anetta goes to the memorial cemetery.
>Every morning, she seeks forgiveness.
>"My darling," she says, "Mommy didn't protect you.
>Mommy didn't save you. I left you there. I thought all
>three of us would die if we stayed. Why don't you come
>to me in my dreams?"
>Two years ago, Alana was a star of her class. She
>spoke to graduating students. The words she said then
>now have new meaning.
>"This is the last time I will sing for you," she said.
>"I will remain in the school to live, and for you will
>I remain the past."
>From her apartment's balcony view of the school,
>Anetta struggles with a decision that freed two lives,
>but forever made her a hostage of her choice.
> rel=nofollow target=_blank >href=http://edition.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/europe/09/15/rus
>sia.choice/index.html>The complete article

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