Interesting concept here and though I am sure it is birthed out of good intention, I, like everyone else hope that of all people, that Christians would not Identify me solely from my actions. Because then one is transformed from being known as a “child of God” equal in the eyes of all to a “murderer”, “adulterer”, etc. These terms dehumanize the person behind the action. Christ intentionally recognized and sought out the humanity in all of us, especially those living on the margins of society.
Next, when appraising the actions associated with “The Middle East Conflict” we must view it through the lens of pain, namely the majority of wrongful actions can and should be understood as responses to personal human suffering.
Lastly, instead of praying for individual persons (as if the problems we face globally can be reduced to actions of Bin Laden…) I think more would be achieved if we asked God, “How is my own sinfulness and that of the associations of which I am apart of (communities, churches, national governments, etc.) contributing to the suffering around the world. From this vantage point of humility one will always have a clearer understanding of what is actually taking place.