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Submitted by Angela (United States), Feb 1, 2005 at 11:31

... Yes, Islamic countries do have a few religiously fanatic terrorists, but America has its own share of wrongdoers. There are serial killers walking around America but do Islamic Americans walk around under the suspicion every American is a murdered? No. Therefore, why should we view all Muslims as terrorists? So they want to spread their religion. Big Deal. Have you ever been to the south-eastern United States (Bible Belt)? It is obsessively driving their schools to Christianity. But is anyone writing reports about "their blatant attempt to destroy America"?
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