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Reader comment on item: The Limits of Terrorism
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Submitted by orange yonason (United States), May 1, 2009 at 12:02

B"H

..."YOU CAN'T BLAME ISLAM FOR THEIR ACT."

Yes, we can, because it is Islam's job to stop them from being so evil. Islam makes NO attempt whatever to reform them, as I pointed out above. Not only that, it REWARDS THEM.

The real way to stop terror would be to put Muslims on notice that if they don't reform, they can go back to the middle ages, and rot there until they do.

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