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how could muslim troops defend us against terrorism?

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Submitted by susan (Italy), Oct 4, 2006 at 20:03

members of nato are also turkey and a lot of other muslim countries. do you think they will turn their back on the UMMA and protect us? No way. Nato bombed milosevich on the gun and now bosnia and kosovo are al-quaeda filled. Big mistake. Big threat to europe.

If we want nato to protect us from terrorism, its members shouldn't be muslim countries. That's a given. It's like making an alliance to preserve virginity with a bunch of porn stars...

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