The Army of God

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The Army of God Is it possible for one to believe in Christianity so much that he/she feels it is morally acceptable to commit sin to punish those who are the real sinners? The members of the North American terrorist organization named “The Army of God” obviously believes it is so. Having declared war on the United States of America the army of god has bombed abortion clinics and homosexual nightclubs in the name of God him/herself. This group is definatly no joke, it has produced three editions of its own terrorist manual and has many websites devoted to its cause. Additionally, the army of god has been linked to numerous terrorist activities, including but not limited to, the Olympic building bombing in Atlanta, Georgia and the bombing of women’s abortion clinic in Birmingham, Alabama. But, ask yourself, how can a group that is pro-life be pro-life if they are taking the lives of the innocent victims in each bombing they commit? In this sense the army of god is a terrorist group whose actions contradict its cause. Consequentially, this makes the group a very ineffective terrorist organization. Therefore, the army of god is an unsuccessful terrorist group, which is against abortion, which has bombed and kidnapped trying to get its message out to no avail since the 1980’s. In 1973 the Supreme Court passed a controversial decision which effectively nullified all U.S. laws which declared abortion to be illegal, and most states had them. This was a landmark case, which gave a woman the right to choose on her own whether or not she wanted to have an abortion within the first trimester of her pregnancy. This was in 1973 and still today abortion remains a very touchy subject. If you were to go up to anyone on the street whether... ... middle of paper ... ...w.cnn.com/US/9706/09/atlanta.bombing/ FBI Places Eric Robert Rudolph on "10 Most Wanted" List: $1 Million Reward Offered http://www.cais.com/agm/main/news/rudolph.pdf FBI Website http://www.fbi.gov/mostwant/topten/fugitives/rudolph.pdf FBI Website http://www.fbi.gov/mostwant/topten/fugitives/jkopp.htm Daulton, Jack A. and Enderson, Woody R., FBI National Press Release, November 18, 1997, http://www.fbi.gov/majcases/rudolph/presrel1.htm Army of God Not Pro-Life: Not Now, Not Ever http://www.reagan.com/HotTopics.main/HotMike/document-2.4.1998.3.html Freedom Fox, A.O.G., The Army of God, "Annihilating abortuaries is our purest form of worship." http://www.re-focus.com/RATexArm.html ‘Army of God’ Claims Responsibility for Abortion Clinic Bombing A 16-Year Reign of Terror http://www.abcnews.go.com/sections/us/DailyNews/abortion0203.html

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