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Denmark's Problem Is The Same Throughout Scandinavia

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Submitted by Steve Costa (United States), Sep 7, 2002 at 00:45

Denmark's experience with militant Islam is only one story. Sweden, Norway, and Finland
also have have large and growing Islamic populations with similar experiences. On one
Swedish Islamic web site, the commentator was boasting about the number of Muslims
above the Arctic Circle..200 and growing!! What the grand plan is, is anyone's guess.
I fear the Trojans have let that big wooden horse into their city!!!
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