Can Christians be considered "terrorists"?

This is in light of the question asked by Yahoo Devil "Why do most of you link ISLAM with TERRORISM" Since G. W. Bush (he's a Christian) invaded Iraq knowing full well there was no connection with 9/11 and is responsible for the deaths of both troops and civilians alike (G-d bless them all), does that make the Christians terrorists since it is mostly Christians who support this war? This is in light of the question asked by Yahoo Devil "Why do most of you link ISLAM with TERRORISM" Since G. W. Bush (he's a Christian) invaded Iraq knowing full well there was no connection with 9/11 and is responsible for the deaths of both troops and civilians alike (G-d bless them all), does that make the Christians terrorists since it is mostly Christians who support this war? I asked this question not to attack anyone's faith (I really shouldn't have to justify myself but I will anyway). I want to see how many people realize that one man's terrorist is another man's hero. America is perceived as an emeny and a threat because of the OPERATION-it's not a war (Congress never actually declared war). The American people come from many different faiths and I believe that we have allowed this "Islamic Extremist" mentality divide this country. So I challenge everyone who answers this question to try to see things through the eyes of the American and Iraqi people alike who have lost.

Asked By: crazy b - 5/24/2008
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I guess we could be considered terrorists to the average Iraqi living in Iraq. But more than anything, they probabaly see us as inept and are dumbfounded at what has happened to their country since the invasion. Instead of the secular society they had under Saddam, the country is divided by sect... More
Answered By: Thomas D S - 5/24/2008
Additional Answers (19)
Not all of them. There are many perfectly happy and reasonable Christians out there. But reasonable Christians don't support the war.
Answered By: Silent - 5/24/2008
No. And that's an example of an absurdity we reach when we draw a conclusion, then try desperately to support it.
Answered By: HTacianas - 5/24/2008
yes,if Christians link Islam to 9/11 why not Link Christianity to WW1&WW2 and the ethiopian crusade army in somalia and the terrorist U.S.A invading iraq
Answered By: Mr.Pasha - 5/24/2008
Thanks for paying attention to my question. Yes there are christian terrorist but not many. Remember the dude who bombed a building in... forgot where. There was a child care center inside and many innocent children died. Maybe Bush supporters can be considered as terrorist but indirect terrorists.
Answered By: Yahoo Devil - 5/24/2008
America invaded Iraq, and America is a Republic with representatives and millions of people involved and you are a part of it. Move to Iraq and help them fight against the evil america if you are so concerned
Answered By: can notnots in - 5/24/2008
In some countries, yes.
Answered By: Dotor Amico Di Dio - 5/24/2008
no, you have be Muslim to be a terrorist. This is well defined by the US Bureau of Standards and Engravings.
Answered By: Pantay Wayst - 5/24/2008
I SUPPORT the soldiers. I do NOT support the war in Viet Nam... Er, "Iraq". Gawddamn George Bush to non-existent Hell for it.
Answered By: Demon Warlord Sesshomaru *AY* - 5/24/2008
Not really, because to be a _____ terrorist, you are usually terrorizing the majority, and Christians are the majority... More
Answered By: Hamilcar B. Rules - 5/24/2008
A person of any religion can be. There are good and bad people, saints (or their equivalent) and terrorists in every religion and outside of religions as well.
Answered By: Looney one (Cardinal of Java) - 5/24/2008
Most definitely! During the Centuries 10th, 11th and 12th, Christians were the main and most dangerous terrorists in the whole world. Terrorists today don't kill half as many as they did then.
Answered By: Ben - 5/24/2008
the Jesuits can
Answered By: EmanC - 5/24/2008
Answered By: David B - 5/24/2008
1) Denominations representing some 90% of Christians drew up a formal protest of the invasion of Iraq and presented to the United States government... More
Answered By: Yondaime - 5/24/2008
This is the most stupid question I've ever seen. I'm Agnostic and disagree with the Iraq war but the way your mind works is scary. You have a personal vendetta with Christianity and you're trying to incite controversy here. Very low of you.
Answered By: cynical - 5/24/2008
There is a legal definition for terrorism or a terrorist. For the most part, it is agreed upon that it is it is violence against civilians to achieve political or ideological objectives by creating fear. As much as you would like to say it is, Bush's actions do not fall under the definition of terrorism.
Answered By: Josephine - 5/24/2008
On the contrary, I'm a Christian and not a terrorist. (well, my kids would say different because I'm always terrorism them. lol) However, I do totally agree about your views on the "WAR".
Answered By: rosa q - 5/24/2008
YAHOO DEMON: That was Oklahoma City Federal Building, Timothy McVey... More
Answered By: Warrior Poo flinger - 5/24/2008
No! George Bush is not a terrorist, he's an a**h***. A terrorist is a person who is an undercover warrior who masquerades as a civilian. It's been said that one mans terrorist is an others freedom fighter... More
Answered By: jonwishes - 5/24/2008
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