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Sudden Jihad Syndrome

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Submitted by Phillip (United States), Mar 14, 2006 at 09:25

Dr. Pipes,

With all due respect, Dr. Pipes, I find disagreement with your conclusion of North Carolina's experience "in the pit."

Considering the nature and dynamic of Islam; its proponents exposure from early age to an intense and often militant dogma, it's quite clear that what North Carolina has experienced from Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar is a LATENT Jihad Syndrome.

Oh the power of the word. How long will the West, its media and intelligentsia, pretend and deny what force encroaches towards and within its foundations?
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