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Mosques are the Terror Meeting , Planning , Training Centres for Jihadis.

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Submitted by Goga (India), Sep 23, 2007 at 11:25

All Mosques are related with Islamic Terrorism directly or Indirectly. Mosques are used as hide outs , meeting places and networks for Radical Islamists. Every Mosques has a box for Jakat which is used to fund Islam. We should close all the mosques , madrassas and Islamic Centres or atleast monitor each of them ( which is not possible practically). Threats are growing and Terror plots are hatched .........in Mosques.

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