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Islamist Terrorists are Cowardly and Weak

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Submitted by Goose (United States), Feb 23, 2005 at 00:54

Commenter Mark McMurtrey -- you have captured the facts accurately. These Islamist terrorists are weak and cowardly. They want to scare the rest of the world with their tactics but they are too frightened, weak, and cowardly to even show their faces when they commit their acts of terrorism. They are no better than the cowardly weaklings who commit suicide after commiting murder. These weak and cowardly weaklings should just go and kill themselves because they are of no possible use to society, their families, or themselves. Oh, yeah, and did I mention they are weak cowards?

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