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Submitted by Bryant Hopkins (United States), Sep 21, 2010 at 14:50

Perhaps the most difficult task in protecting American Freedom from Shari'a Law is convincing the American public that there is a danger rising in Shari'a, now, and expanding into the future until we act, or it becomes too late to act. As a former Merchant Seaman, I know that International Commerce is one place where face-to-face negotiating occurs. Muslim merchants, I believe, are not Islamists,because if they were, they could not practice Shari'a! Through my College, the Maine Maritime Academy, I am attempting to teach "Daniel Pipes." I have been his follower for 15 years.

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