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Submitted by Ib1netmon (United States), Dec 7, 2015 at 12:43

But it won't be the end of Islamic attacks against the West.

You can think of ISIS as Ebola - it will probably burn out before it spreads too far.

But Islamic murderousness is more like malaria - spread over the world wherever conditions are right, carried by tiny insects (social media messaging) over the Internets.

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You are right about Islamist attacks - but that's not the topic at hand.

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