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Let's not split hairs

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Submitted by Michael S. (United States), Aug 27, 2014 at 10:37

The Muslim Brotherhood is as different from ISIS and Al Qaeda, as the SS was from the Wehrmacht and Hitler. Yes, they are different "entities"; but they are all fighting the same war, against the same enemies, for the same end -- Muslim domination of the world.

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First, those all worked for the same government and the Islamist organizations do not. Second, my point is that focusing on the MB misses the larger picture.

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