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Sword of Islam, re: Nazi biz

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Submitted by JustMe (United States), Apr 6, 2006 at 18:26

Now, why would they be so interested in a book written by Hitler?! I did a search myself after you posted that tidbit and saw that you're exactly right. I shudder to even think in that direction, but it would make perfect sense. Jewish people are hated by so many and they are simply a part of our country that we have no problems with. So I guess people on this board should watch who they're referring to as Nazis and racists...
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