E-mails from around the world focused on the London terror attacks and the aftermath. Some excerpts:
Dr. S. Hampton, London: "Mr. O'Reilly, while we were mopping blood off our streets, you were as usual spouting venom. To rant about how France and others should get off their butts and do something about terrorism shows your ignorance."
Nadja Koglin, Kiel, Germany: "Mr. O'Reilly, I am a journalist here and it is not helpful when you create an artificial gap between Europe and America. We supported you in Afghanistan but not Iraq and that should be respected."
M. Salmond, Aberdeen, Scotland: "O'Reilly, you hit the nail when you suggested that British newspapers are taking a soft line on terrorism. The BBC also does this."
Nick Thomas, Orlando, FL: "Anyone in the know is aware that in order to understand the world you have to watch the BBC. How dare you slam them, Bill."
Rene Guerra, Sunnyvale, CA: "Opponents to America's war on terror have begun calling the London bombings 'tragedies' instead of what they really were: cold blooded murder."
John Halvorson, Rosell, NM: "Bill, you hit the nail. The USA is not to blame for terrorism, the terrorists are to blame. Keep looking out for us!"
Jack Peel, Tampa, FL: "France and Germany tried to tell Bush not to get involved with Iraq. I was not surprised by the London bombing. When you stir up a hornet's nest, you get stung."