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Submitted by dfwhite19438 (United States), Feb 16, 2007 at 15:47

It goes on and on like a broken record, muslim man kills 5 people in a mall here or a mall there, when is this lunacy going to stop!!!! As soon as I heard that the man who shot up the mall in Minn, was from Bosnia I said bet you he is also a muslim. sure enough I was right....Now i'm no genius, and believe anyone who can add 2+2+=4 could have figured that one out !!! What is it with Islam that makes seemingly normal people suddenly turn into killing machines ? ...

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