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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

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    We should have fed his remains out to the pigs
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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    That fact that someone is "subhuman garbage" as you put it does not in any mean we should ignore respect and decency when dealing with their bodies. We will all die one day, so lets do ourselves a favor and honor the dead with a bit of human decency, ok?
    You're playing devil's advocate here aren't you?

    Bury the guy at sea. Feed the fish. We did that with bin Laden right? Did you have a problem with that?

    If his family wants him they can pay to come get him. Or they can pay to have him frozen and shipped over to them. Or they can pay to have him taking up real estate somewhere of their choosing.

    Apparently they don't really care that much.

    So if it's up to the USofA, or Boston as to what to do.... feed fish.

    This isn't about "disrespecting the dead" (whatever that means) - this is about not wasting any more time or energy on a murdering terrorist who deserves no respect or any effort.

    Dump his body in the ocean and be done with it. No fan-fare. No press. No news coverage.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Give him the minimal treatment his religion requires and bury him in an unmarked grave.
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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by spud_meister View Post
    Give him the minimal treatment his religion requires and bury him in an unmarked grave.
    Why?

    If we are to believe what we're told, he abandoned his "religion" when he decided to become a terrorist and set off bombs in civilian settings.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Why?
    Because it's the right thing to do.

    If we are to believe what we're told, he abandoned his "religion" when he decided to become a terrorist and set off bombs in civilian settings.
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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by spud_meister View Post
    Someone lied to you.
    So you believe violence, murder, and terrorism are "part of" the Muslim faith? Endorsed and condoned?

    If the family of the deceased won't claim him, and pay for his burial.... then feeding fish and marine life with him is not "wrong".

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    So you believe violence, murder, and terrorism are "part of" the Muslim faith? Endorsed and condoned?
    No, I believe they're irrelevant to one's faith. A Muslim is still a Muslim whether they're a terrorist or not.

    If the family of the deceased won't claim him, and pay for his burial.... then feeding fish and marine life with him is not "wrong".
    Nope, not if it's done in accordance with Islamic tradition. The same way they buried bin Laden.
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    Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    Why?They are dead.If you didn't respect them in life why should you show them any respect in death?


    That man is subhuman scum, he doesn't deserve any honor.Honor is for people who deserve, not terrorists.
    Funerals and burials are for the living not the dead. So unless you consider his family subhuman scum he should be given a decent burial.

    And, I believe, care for the dead is a big deal with Muslims. Want to give that community yet another reason to hate us?
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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    This silliness is a non-issue. The guy is dead. All this rage about where he can and cannot be buried is not hurting the dead guy. It's hurting the dead guy's family.

    Every large city has a "potters' field" where John/Jane Does and unclaimed bodies are buried, in a pine box with a location identification number. Dig the hole, toss him in. The people of Massachusetts have to get over this crap. I guarantee there are the most vicious kinds of rapists, serial killers, mass murderers buried in their state, as there are in every state. One more isn't gonna kill ya', folks. Get over it.

    I think we are kidding ourselves if we assume it is that easy. The merest slight has the potential to spark an international incident and a fire storm of violent protest from Muslims all over the world. Burying this lowlife anywhere near Boston is inviting grave desecration, and an international incident.

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    Re: Hard to find grave for alleged Boston bomber

    If being handled in some very specific fashion, after death, is so all-fired-up damned important to some people, then don't commit acts of terrorism using weapons designed to kill and injury large numbers of innocent people.

    His own brother ran him over with a car for god's sakes.

    Wrap him in burlap, weigh it down with something heavy, boat him out into Atlantic, and "bury" him at sea. Simple. Done.

    If no family member claims him, then a specific "burial" ceremony isn't something that should fall on the state/government.

    Cremate and bury in an unmarked grave, or feed fish.

    If that's not "acceptable" to some people, let those "some people" pay for what they think is acceptable.

    Otherwise.... stop playing stupid games and giving this situation any media coverage.

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