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Fascists or Nazis?

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Submitted by Tom Mills (United States), Aug 14, 2006 at 11:55

I, for one, am getting tired of the Islamists being constantly characterized as "fascists." These thugs even make the Gestapo seem like red cross workers. People who blow up innocent people; decapitate others; shoot people for no good reason. These things are more reminiscent of the Nazis, not the fascists. The Jews were not systematically rounded up by Mussolini and his fascist Black Shirts. Therefore, these goons should be referred to as "Islamonazis."

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