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Tom Allensworth

My thoughts to the British friends on this sad day

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May God bless the soul of innocent people of your country.Let's all hope that wounded person recover quickly.I am sharing your sadness, anger and horror.David in Jerusalem

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I agree David, we have many in this community from England. This is very sad news...Dillon in the USA...

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Thank You Both for you're kind words.my cousin was on that train, but she was towards the front, others were not so lucky.but thank you both for you're thoughts.Steve,

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As an American with a British mother and with a daughter safe in London as I type, I offer my sympathy and solidarity with the residents of London and the entire British people. Never in the history of the world have two countries been more connected by a common past and the friendship forged out of common loss. As we did 60 years ago, the governments and the people of the US and the UK will stand up together to rid the world of this scourge. 60 years ago it was Nazism and fascism, and today it's terrorism and muslim fundementalism.

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Maybe this would be a good time for the British government to have another try at getting US courts to extradite some of the Irish terrorists living here because their terrorist crimes in the UK were "politically motivated" and thus non-extraditable?Richard

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Okay, with that post, this thread is going to go south as well. So, I am locking it. I really don't see the point in bringing that into this thread...

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