Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Somebody's children

I was really saddened by the recent London blasts. My heart goes out to the victims and their families.

Those that are responsible for the bombings will be condemned forever in their hearts. Those that have perished are somebody's children. Even if there is a suicide bomber involved, he or she is also somebody's child. However did they ever think about what their mother's would feel when she learnt that her child has volunteered to be a suicide bomber, I guess not. The hurt that they have inflicted on others and also onto themselves and their kins are unforgivable. On the other hand, they might be vulnerable victims to the dictators who have recruited them and brainwashed them to become suicide bombers or to take part in terrorism.

Their mothers would definitely lament on themselves for not teaching good to their children. It's a natural instinct. Whether or not it's their mother's fault or the terrorists' fault, we are all our mother's child. If only they knew...

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