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Not Surprising On The 9/11 Denial By Muslims

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Submitted by AnneM (United States), Mar 6, 2008 at 18:36

This denial about 9/11 by Mansoor should not be suprising. Denial about the truth about 9/11 of Muslims is very much a common occurance. But history is never kind to those who deny history and truth, and in this case about what 19 Muslim men did on a sunny and warm Tuesday morning. Living in denial is never good and denial in itself is not a river in Egypt.

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