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Submitted by Sohail (United Kingdom), Oct 13, 2006 at 06:41

J.S you said the following:

I wonder what would happen if every victim of terrorist attacks were to sue S. Arabia, Pakistan, Indonesia, etc., for half that amount -- a mere 200 million per incident -- where would all those rich Saudi and Pakistani sheiks and Imams be then? barefoot and penniless...

I wonder what would happen if all the people in Iraq were to sue the american government and the west over the Iraq war damage and lost of life?

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