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Reader comment on item: There Are No Moderates: Dealing with Fundamentalist Islam

Submitted by stevefnp1 (United States), Jan 1, 2012 at 01:42

It is well known that islam has become a threat via radicalism not by moderates and when the CIA and the FBI tried to cover that up before 9-11 they did a disservice to the country as they still do in large part today. Thought the American populace has often been accused of all the things that are fitting like ignorance and apathy, the leaders of this country have gone to great effort to keep it that way, despite our technological adances in the ability to know and assimilate information.

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