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Radical Islam is real

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Submitted by Saul Stein (United States), Jul 29, 2015 at 17:37

The default response to this incident is to blame "the occupation" as the primary cause. But with all of the persistent violence being committed by Muslims in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Nigeria, Sinai, Kenya, etc., it's time Western apologists start to look at the Muslim people themselves as the root cause of this problem.

The PC crowd may not like to hear this, but there is such a thing as radical Islam and it's very violent and spreading like wildfire! Religous tolerance is wonderful and certainly a cornerstone of Liberal society based on the rule of law, but it is not a suicide pact.

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