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Muslims Gone Wild

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Submitted by JustMe (United States), Mar 20, 2006 at 12:18

You obviously list the largest four protests in a two year period in the U.S., not a million man march among them, which I had already noted. What is great about these protesters is that they don't have the need to spill blood in the streets when they protest. What's wrong with people who have to kill, torture, pillage, burn, behead, and explode things every time they want to communicate their point? They are taught this from birth.
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