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Are these Saudis, members of the Wahabi sect?

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Submitted by Lee Ellis (United States), Jun 16, 2005 at 10:38

The Wahabi Arabs dominate most of Saudi Arabia. The are trying to kill us as well as the Royal family of Saudi, itself. The Wahabis are spending millions of dollars here in the US to buy large parcels of land to build schools, mosques et al. In fact these are recruiting stations. . Nine states are already infected.The Wahabis are also building sleeper cells in America

These Arabs were the first in the world to use slaves. This happened generations before the African Black tribes enslaved people from enemy tribes and sold them to the Southern plantations.Slavery in Arabia continued after slavery was forbidden here and all slaves freed.

The Wahabis represent a great danger to America and to all the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia. It is important to recognize the difference between the different types of peoples inhabiting and ruling the Middle East. This is why it is important for us to maintain a presence in the Middle East.

Lee Ellis
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