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Submitted by Sully (United States), Aug 15, 2006 at 16:55

The controversy about whether we are fighting Islamic Fascists or Islamists or Islamic terrorists is nothing but academic and media gas.

During World War II we opposed Fascism and Militarism, but we fought Germany, Italy and Japan. Just so, in the current age academics may debate what to call the ideology we oppose but it all comes down to fighting all who hold to Islam as the one true religion and thus classify all others as infidels to be subdued.

As a start we should be denying immigration and even visas to all refuse to publicly denounce the mass murder oriented strictures in the Koran.

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