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ever heard of wahabbism?

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Submitted by Oliver (United States), Oct 10, 2006 at 01:05

The family of Saud is hand and glove with the most radical form of sunni islam - wahabbism.

The Saudis are promoting and supporting wahabbism all over the world - building mosques and schools and financing the imams who are preaching hatred and violence non-stop.

Don't look to Saudi-Arabia as a fount of Liberty.

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