Not at all.
Your analogy is flawed.
(1) Japan was not our ally - we had formally declared war on them.
(2) Hiroshima and Nagasaki were both military targets.
(3) Japan had control over the outcome - if the Japanese government had granted us the unconditional surrender we requested, Nagasaki would never have happened.
The two situations are radically different.
The only think they have in common is the suggested weapon.
Yes but I dorecall a Muslim murderer who recently was in the news telling a grieving parent he could not feel their pain because they were (in his bloody opine) an infidel.His
attitude is easy to reconcile to that read in their bloody cultish Scriptures.What I know of Islam the teaching is that if you don't submit to Islam you rate lower than a woman lower than a slave(male or female) And as the freakin' parasitical Palastinians consistantly remind us to their twisted logic there is not such thing as
a non-combatant. And To their way of thinking an allie is only some one you need at the moment and plan to slaughter or hold hostage when convienent.Time to dialogue in the language they comprehend otherwise we preaching to an empty