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Sword of Islam on Libyan

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Submitted by Danish/American (United States), Mar 8, 2006 at 20:51

LOL!! I just assumed it was part of his upbringing. After seeing so many photos of 5 years old boys brandishing daggers and chanting "Death to"...hell, everyone it seems, that it was something learned right along with the alphabet. The future terrorists are in kindergarten learning to count. No doubt the numbers will come in handy in the future..you know, to keep track of rounds, to know how many sticks of dynamite to strap on one vest, etc. But then again, artificial unintelligence could be to blame as well.
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