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Barbarians at the gate

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Submitted by Crusader (Canada), Oct 6, 2006 at 20:39

Muslims can never in their wildest dreams ever hope to dominate the world or even propagate Islam by force. For starters, they do not have the organization and secondly, the deadliest arsenal in the world is possessed by the United States, which on a level playing field can make the entire Islamic world evaporate. The only cowardly way they can do it is by sneaking in and blending in with the population as they currently doing in the west and our vote grabbing politicians are turning a blind eye to.

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