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Submitted by Glenn Klotz (United States), May 28, 2003 at 15:33

I disagree with the idea that we should support the Monarchy as an alternative to Arabia becoming an Islamic Emirate like Taliban Afghanistan. If the people want a regressive Taliban state let them have it as long as they vote for it. Then as they turn more and more fascist we can obliterate them. We have to stop thinking we are at war with some minority of Muslims in some of these countries and face up to the sad fact that in many of these Muslim countries, we're really at war with the majority of the MALE population.
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