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Why don't we like them?

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Submitted by James McGill (United States), Mar 20, 2006 at 21:09

Instead of getting getting their noses out of joint about the rejection of the ports deal, the smart arabs will ask "why don't they like us?".... This shouldn't be too hard for them to figure out.... Terrorism, murders, tourists killed, hate parades every day, the muslim world is not coming closer to being civilized, it is looking more barbaric every day. There must be some thinking people in the middle east who can see the mess they have made of their image and start to do something to reverse it. The image of islam is horrible. The mafia looks better.
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