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Knowing the enemy-1st rule of warfare

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Submitted by Steve Borkowski (United States), Nov 25, 2009 at 12:05

Since we had Salafism and then Wahhabism and Wahhabism revisited, should we now refer to the transition you describe and warn us about as our war on Sharifism?

I refer you to an article in the Stuart News written by Jack Tyman, "Don't ;misunderestimate' threat of Islamic Jihad. The paper was given to me by an oldster like me who has shown very little concern about the war on wahhabism. Articles like yours will awaken many of our cocoonists. Grats.

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