From the BBC website:
'I am surprised. If they are UK born, surely they must have seen the thousands of Londoners marching in protest against the War in Iraq back in 2002 and 2003. Why would they kill those same people?'
(Helen, Oxford, UK)
Because these people are fascists, Helen. They consider your respect for the rights of the individual to be perverse, and likewise, don't think your personal opinions should exempt you from their righteous wrath. In their eyes, there's only God's mob and the devil's mob.
It's time to quote good ol' James Woolsey once more:
'We and you are cordially loathed for freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, open economies, equal - or almost equal - treatment of women, and so on. It is not what we have done wrong that is creating the problem; it is what we do right.'
In other words: if you don't want them to kill you, you'll have to rescind your right to protest - even if it is an anti-war protest. Or, perhaps, especially. For it doesn't seem to be peace that they're after.