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Odd Human Behavior -- Strange

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Submitted by Sofa Sogood (United States), May 18, 2010 at 05:56

Such odd human behavior. Prior to 9-11, not so much attention was paid to Muslims. After we receive a devastating attack on 9-11 by Muslims, we're fighting wars with and our soldiers are being killed by Muslims, and Muslims rage and murder around the world because of cartoons, suddenly Muslims are popular and given "affirmative action" in many areas.

I'm not in favor of persecuting innocent moderate and/or assimilated Muslims in this country by any means.

But this pandering behavior and special treatment in light of events is Strange.

If there is a future -- for Western civilization -- this behavior will be the subject of intense curiosity.

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