Well, it clearly has caused it, so that's that.
If you say so, it must be so.
What is with you? In case you can't read my quote above, it was about the "abortion is the murder of innocents" rhetoric that parallels the rhetoric that's been behind all terrorism throughout history, including islamic terrorism, not simple personal beliefs. Not that I disagree with the irrelevant point you made.
And I would disagree that the rhetoric is parallel or behind 'christian' terrorism. The christian 'rhetoric' preaches that abortion is wrong and hurts innocents and that we should seek to stop it non-violently.
The 'islamist' rhetoric teaches that a) the populace themselves are victims and should therefore fight back b)that their very faith has been and continues to be insulted and they should therefore fight back.
There is a huge difference in motivating people to violence between teaching people that certain behaviors are wrong and teaching people that they are victims and it is their duty to kill all enemies.
But, I guess we will agree to disagree on this point.
But somehow christians still account for the vast, vast bulk of terror attacks in the US.
Well, one would have to study the bible pretty long to find the part where Jesus calls his people to kill for their faith. And in the end, that should be where a christian turns to for justification of actions in the name of their faith.