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Muslims in America should be deported, not educated

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Submitted by Ames Tiedeman (United States), Mar 28, 2007 at 06:13

These savages on our college campuses are a destructive force that will one day harm America. The multiculturalists who have given us this new America must pay for their intellectual deficit that allowed our immigrattion policies to thereaten both the civility of the American state and our very well being. For any Muslim to call for a Jihad against a speaker at a University so violates the very premise of a University itself. Islam has no place in the American experience.

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