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WHAT THE WORLD SHOULD HAVE LEARNED FROM MOMBAI, BUT HASN'T YET...

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Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Jan 2, 2009 at 02:45

B"H

"The world has never experienced such a plague of darkness like the plague of Islamic fundamentalism that reveres death over life..."

The longer it takes to learn, the more we'll have to go over the lesson.

And it really is Muslims everywhere who believe that sort of evil is justified, as evidenced by this MEMRI video. (better copy it because YouTube has a nasty habit of tampering with evidence.)

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