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Academia hates the West more than they hate the East.

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Submitted by Lynn (United States), Sep 26, 2016 at 08:37

So in conclusion anything the East does wrong is explained as the fault of the West. Islam obliges and agrees since the book often blames others for their barbaric actions by claiming insult or injury. Anyway usually history shows the gnashing of the teeth begins when the elitists realize they opened the gates to their enemy mistakenly thinking their mutual hatred made them friends. Round and round we go.

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