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Naeem Khattak

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Remote control killing of humans. Is there any way we can justify it?

For the last so many years , one country is involved in using drones to end human life in parts of another country, far away from its geographical borders. Without getting into the right or wrongs of the motives in doing so, is this what human knowledge is for. Has the humanity travelled this far to end human life in such a miserable way , if there is a decent way to end human life at all. Is there an end to revenge ? Can we put limits on the extent a country can go and kill humans in the name of war? Where is our human civilization?


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  • Mar 24 2012: I have a feeling. Human life has become a disposable item, like most of the items surrounding us. As long as some one else is suffering, its perfectly fine. We have become a lab for testing modern warfare. Peace is all we seek.
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      Mar 24 2012: I think any person moral should and will seek peace.

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