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Submitted by yuval brandstetter MD (Israel), Mar 16, 2006 at 16:22

It is estimated that each side of this conflict lost close to a million lives.

Now, after such blood-shed among Muslims. does anyone doubt that those infected with the Chronic Jihad Syndrome are willing to kill ten-fold more infidels?

Arafat has repeatedly said that he is willing to sacrifice a million martyrs to free Jerusalem. At the time he was pooh-poohed as a loudmouth. I suggest we believe every word, it is a Legacy and a Promise and a Prophesy.
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