@Greatest I am,
Thanks for showing your poor moral sense.
What are the moral justification for using genocide and mass murder as justice.
I was speaking in the realm of this world, where death is not permanent, only a 'time out'. Don’t know why people get so upset about it if they take the book seriously.
And to use the Bible analogy, if a gardener works hard planting the crop of his choice and weeds threaten to choke them out, he is certainly within his rights to weed his garden.
And keep in mind it has nothing to do with race or ethnicity per se, it was their threat to his crop that was the problem.