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Training on US soil

Reader comment on item: [The Abu Ali Case and] Balancing Liberties, Security

Submitted by Wilks (United States), Mar 2, 2005 at 10:17

It is one thing to have these terrorists brain washed and trained in other countries then sent to America to do damage but to know it's happening in both regards right here on U.S. soil just isn't right!

Why the U.S. government allows this to happen is mind boggling. I know about the balance of liberties etc but something has to give here!

Shut down these terrorist funded schools, mosques, etc and sent everyone connected with back where they belong outside our borders!
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