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A Shiite Narrative - How Much Hatred Now - How Much More Next

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in response to reader comment: Moustafa Al-Issa father of Boulder mass shooter: anti-Chrisian, anti-Jewish, racist anti-black, pro Arab-"palestine"

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 24, 2021 at 15:31

The only surprise here is the timing.

Interestingly, the antipathy that may have changed those circumstances waited until the end of the Trump presidency and is now an issue for the 46th American Chief Executive. Does this change any attitudes in the Administration towards that same hatred that comes from the Iranian Islamic Regime?
By the way, from any who know Arabic, al-Issa, what does that translate to, like al-Masri, or al-Turki?

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