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typical Islamic Behavior

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Submitted by Michael Hanni Morcos (Canada), Nov 1, 2012 at 07:40

At closer looking over this episode -i see a typical behavior that fits perfectly with Sharia Protocols--first is Deception--the good humanitarian school teacher doing benevolent deeds for children---Second the Takiya kicks in; that is recommended to win over the the Infidels---and Thirdly the Justification of murder and mayhem of innocents under the guise of Jewish-Hatred and the the Supremacy of Islam over all others and fulfilling the Caliphate Myth. This behavior is not only applied by individuals, but is adopted by most Islamic Countries .

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