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Looks like this survey was taken in a mosque or in Dearborn

Reader comment on item: Should airport security procedures include ethnic and religious profiling?

Submitted by Warren Raymond (Australia), Dec 25, 2006 at 19:12

or some place that has a very high number of Mohammedan residents... I cannot believe that informed people would make such a nonsensical judgement, or it just goes to show that president Bush's 'Religion of Peace' BS is still believed by a huge number in the US population. Scary! http://sheikyermami.com/category/general/page/4/

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