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1% = 30,000 in the US

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Submitted by Mark Roth (United States), Jul 25, 2005 at 23:42

As I do the math, if there are 3,000,000 moslems in the United States (the numbers vary with the agenda of the group doing the tally - with about 6,000,000 being the estimate of some moslem groups) then there are 30,000 top line terrorist candidates in the US. I don't know how this makes you feel, but it makes me feel as though some action is urgently needed. Internment anyone? Sort out the good from the bad and hang on to the bad ones, right?
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