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Sword...they have no real power

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Submitted by Danish/American (United States), May 10, 2006 at 10:00

Why do they leave the lands they come from to begin with? To live amongst a bunch of infidels..I would think they would do their best to stay far away from us.

I think the reason is he is a coward.

Probably the same reason Moussaoui is now suddenly asking for another trial. They are spineless creatures. Moussaoui was so bold when he was sentenced..saying " America, you lost..I won." I suppose he did not care for his prison cell. Twenty three hours a day with no visitors, no phone calls or letters allowed, no other prisoners to recruit and everything in his cell is made from concrete was enough to change his mind. He is now saying he lied about the whole thing and wants a new trial. His false bravado sure ran out quickly didn't it?

If they had any sense, they would all see that the war they wage is going to be their own demise. But sense is one thing none of them seem to possess.

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