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Unnecessary problem

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Submitted by Kalle Karlsson (Sweden), Sep 24, 2006 at 15:38

It is indisputable common sense that the difficulties in fighting terrorism, in a given country, will generally be greater if there are many moslems living there. The more the worse, all other factors equal. So the question is, why do most west-european nations expose themselves to this? Is there some significant advantage to having a large moslem population inside the gates that compensates for this? In Sweden it seems the ruling elite think we can´t get enough of islam.

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