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where's the muslim debate?

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Submitted by art (United States), May 23, 2003 at 09:25

Dear Editor:

How can anyone be surprised? The Arab mosque/govt leadership prefers to control the masses thru wahhabism. Saudi Arabia sheiks set the stage for virtually every evil rooted in the middle-east. Fomenters of such hate make hitler look like a mild lunatic. Been going on for about 200 years - much momentum since the 1970's ... wahhabism is directed to the death of Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism and all other religions of the world. The Arab craze is largely ignored by the free-world press. Anyone really surprised about this? Or, would we rather make excuses for it and leave it for the next generation to deal with? Daniel Pipes is pretty much on target, as are a small number of American writers. Pay attention, folks, there'll be a test later on.

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