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They have to be taught

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Oct 24, 2006 at 12:41

An Iraq comparable to Egypt or Tunisia? With that as a goal, it is a grave disservice to those uniformed or civilian who met their ends thanks to jihadis exercising their bloodlust.

I still maintain that the plan that FDR had for preparatory regimes is the best way to go.

After all, jihadis are not only crossing into Iraq from Iran, but various borders have been crossed so that they can demonstrate the tumult within their souls. Which is far from the best foundation to base life upon.

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