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Submitted by Arif Jayish Al Amirki (United States), Jul 1, 2008 at 02:17

I think we'll get more moderate Muslims- which Dr Pipes has identified as key - on our side if we go with "Takfiri" instead of "Muslim" or "Jihadi".

Thank for the valuable pointing out of the morally smug Europeans hyprocrisy on this issue. They warehouse these people in slums, and have anti-terror laws we wouldn't contemplate, yet constantly denounce America for being an oppressor.

All the while ignoring their own historical complicity in this mess of recent Middle Eastern History.

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