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The Problem Is Islamic Terrorism

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Submitted by Tom Dundee (United States), Oct 27, 2014 at 09:19

Whether al Qaeda proves to be a footnote in history is yet to be seen and in someways it makes little difference whether that is true or not. The exact same question holds true for ISIS. Why? Because no matter what is the name of the group, they all study the Koran, which means they all have the same goal, which is to dominate the world with Sharia Law.

The threat is Islamic terrorism and it does not take too many Islamic terrorists to mount a horrific attack.

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