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Submitted by dfwhite (United States), Oct 23, 2006 at 15:26

I couldn't agree with you more, the moderate muslims are going to pay the most when the west finally wakes up and notices the cancer of extremist islam cannot be managed by appeasment and political correctness ! The time will come when we will have to take the scapel to the uglinest of this disease and cut it out., making sure that the cutting go's deep enough so it will never return and sicken the soul of man again....

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