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Submitted by Steve Borkowski (United States), Jul 19, 2011 at 11:30

I am glad you informed us that there is a group that is anti-theocracy. (against having a religious leader as a leader of Iran. After reading some writing by B. Lewis following the suicide bomber killing 241 marines, I became afraid of religious radicals of Islam and predicted the bombing of NY. Reading articles by you for 8 years now, I am in agreement with your opinion that the Iranian group should be delisted as a better gamble than trying to deal poltically with the Iranian leaders= or any religious group that has a CERTAINTY about their beliefs.

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