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Submitted by Frank Brady (United States), May 31, 2004 at 01:59

But what about individuals who apparently break no laws but promote an Islamist agenda in a legal fashion, sometimes from within the heart of the establishment? One case is that of the renowned Swiss-French intellectual Tariq Ramadan, hailed by some as a moderate—a man who has stayed within the law but is believed by some to have Al-Qaeda connections.[3]

A better question would be, what should be done to lying, treasonous neo-con filth who manipulate the United States into an illegal war of aggression to serve Israel's interests at the expense of America's?
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