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Muslim Profiling

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Submitted by PAR (United States), Aug 16, 2006 at 20:35

I totally agree with the profiling of those persons who are bent on the destruction of the USA. It is true, every muslim is not a terrorist but, every terrorist is apt to be a muslim. Look at the news from all around the world.... Christians and others have been guilty of their acts of war and, me being a Christian, will admit to this. In those times, profile US citizens. Today, in the USA, we must profile muslims.

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