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Submitted by chrismartin (India), Jun 3, 2009 at 02:22

Terrorism presently has become a daily occurance activity especially in few countries like Afghanisthan and Pakistan . Its vicitims majorally are those without means and belonging to poor section of society.Good citizens of any religion would never hamr anyone. The basic cause of terrorism is feeling of insecurity and injustice.The solution to these terrorist attacks is to identify those who are spreading violence and secure and safeguard our future today.
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