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It's simple. Please don't try to deny reality.

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Submitted by JustMe (United States), Aug 20, 2006 at 00:11

I say it's very notable that Muslims try to divert everyone's attention away from the reality of the terrorism directed squarely at the U.S., Europe, and Israel by bringing up some other situation in the world.

Anyone can argue in that fashion, but the realist who watches what is going on in the world isn't fooled by this tactic. Why can't you admit a simple fact? All it takes for one to become a terrorist is a good reading of their 'Holy' book , the Qaran.

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