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Mosques Are Breeding Grounds For Terrorists

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Submitted by AnneM (United States), Sep 24, 2007 at 20:18

Peter King is spot on the issue that there are too many mosques in the USA at the present time. The mosques are breeding grounds for terrorists and terror planning actions. Also since a good number of the mosques are being aided by Saudi Arabia, with its brand of Wahabbi Islam, creates a toxic soup for possible future trouble. What Mr. King is doing is sounding the alarm of this danger to the public safety of American society. Mr. King should be thanked and not condemned for standing up for what is right.

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