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Submitted by Armgeddon (United States), Apr 24, 2006 at 20:17

Another attrocity has been recently commited against the west:

More than 30 dead in an another Attack in Sinai.

These dead people were just innocent tourists.

Not soldiers, not oil contractors, not activists of any kind.

Just innocent tourists murdered by guess who ?

As I predicted last time: these beasts needed some western human blood.

It was just a matter of time ....

Because that is what they do,

This is who they are.....

Submitting....

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