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Definition of Terrorism and Outcome

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Submitted by saurabh srivastava (United Kingdom), Dec 30, 2008 at 10:41

You have actually picked nice examples, let us say we accept your arguement. HItler was a terrorist so was stalin and once we do that I suppose you have no problem in categorising Islam and its true practionioners also as terrorists. Now remember the fate that your terrorists i.e. Hitler and stalin have met and accept what awaits you. Nazism is dead so is communism...

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