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Muslims do use terrror as a weapon!

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Submitted by The Florida GURU (United States), Feb 13, 2009 at 15:28

Wow, how can you say Muslims are not terrorists. Some are not, but a poll shows at least 25% of all Muslims support killing Jews and Christians -- that translates into some 300 million Muslims. There are 44 conflicts (wars) going on in the world right now, and ALL involve Muslims. Muslims even kill Muslims from different sects, such as the killings in Pakistan of Sunnis by Shiites. ...

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