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It's all a numbers game

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Submitted by Kenny Komodo (United States), Oct 10, 2008 at 15:57

I don't really have too much faith in any of the numbers, although I would tend to believe Dr. Pipes over any survey conducted by any Muslim or Islamic group or any group out of England. Be that as it may, does it really matter if the number of "Islamists" is 10 percent or 20 percent or even if it were only one percent. It takes only one determined Islamist armed with a suit case sized nuclear weapon obtained from Iran to wreak havoc on any U.S. city or a city in Israel or for that matter anywhere in the world. Going forward, the only solution is to eliminate the threat of Islamic terrorism, the heads as well as the tails.

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