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Muslim killings after Koran burning

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Submitted by leejh (United States), Apr 7, 2011 at 22:49

I do not always agree with Pipes, but this one time that I could not agree more. The Muslim killing spree is one more indication they have not emerged into a condition where the west can can interact with them on any reasonable basis. The Europeans do because of the oil that is bought from them. But as we have seen several times, even that does not stop the Muslim nutcakes from turning deadly to their hosts.

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