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Re: To Bader: Moussaoui killed nobody

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Submitted by Bader S (United Arab Emirates), Mar 17, 2006 at 04:16

It is not a matter of whether Taheri-Azar's attack was successful or not. It is a matter of his over-all behavior.

Which would-be jihadist calls the police to hand himself in?
Which would-be jihadist taunts the police to search his room ?
Which would-be jihadist writes letters to newspapers publicizing himself?
Which would-be jihadist waves to the journalists from the back of a police car?

I just don't buy it.
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