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A bit off topic, but agreed

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Submitted by sara (United States), Mar 6, 2012 at 19:08

I thought we were discussing the motivation of the Arabs/Muslims for Jihad as a consequence of the western softies spoon-feeding bedtime stories of the evil western imperialists and the poor victims of their abuses, the tiny minority of 1.5 billion. I concur with your statements and I do know that we are on the same page, perhaps you took my sentiments as a criticism when I was actually agreeing and furthering the point.

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