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Sword, now that's sacrifice!

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in response to reader comment: Adib Farakish.. they themselves are not sure about their religion

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Mar 27, 2006 at 16:07

That's funny. Reminds me of Saddam's hunger strike or complaints of his undies not being fresh enough. How about Osama sporting around in the finest automobiles and wearing only the finest brand watch? They won't practice what they are asking all others to do in the name of Allah. Saddam gave up with no fight when found in that hole. Why aren't their leaders and imams that are screaming 'Jihad' willing to make that ultimate sacrifice they've convinced their followers to carry out? I think not one of them can think for themselves.
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