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Other Terrorists By Comparison?

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in response to reader comment: Here are some other terrorists ..4 now, more upon request! enjoy!

Submitted by Another Infidel (Canada), Mar 16, 2006 at 14:16

Nice deflection Harrak...I'm staying tuned...Looking forward to your balanced research on other Ethnic Groups and related Terror. Could you also include number of incidents and percentages by comparisons too. Would be interesting eh!?

When you get to listing your own Muslim Jihadist Icons or Heros, please keep it to a few hundred Martyrs and perhaps what Islamic group/country they belonged to when carrying out their Jihad.

Later and Thanx...
Submitting....

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