Lilli Marleen

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Beruf Terrorist
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Samstag, März 13, 2004
 
Spain - who is to blame
A day after the terrorist attac in Madrid and still is not clear who is to blame. Was it the ETA as everyone thinks first when it comes to Spain, or was it Al Quaeda as one ca assume since there is rumour about an arabic letter and some books and whatever. The news last night claimed the bomb was from the same material the last ETA bomb was, but well, if I were a non-ETA terrorist and would want ETA to be the suspect, I'd do exactly the same.
The BBC has done some work and tried to collect reasons for blame of the one or the other.

Personally, I must admit, I don't care much about who it was. I'm not so much into Spain politics to get the ETA points, neitehr do I think Al Quaeda has a legitimate matter in bombing anyone. So for me, terrorist is terrorist.