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Shadowy Terrorist Networks

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Submitted by Isaiah520 (United States), May 29, 2003 at 09:04

Mr. Pipes,
As Avraham alluded to, without state sposorship, these networks dry up. In short, they need cash. Indeed, without Iran and Saudi Arabia or another cash cow for weapons, the jihad will die. The problem is the world's continued insisitence in doing business with these Muslim butchers. When Iran has a portable "device", you can guarantee they will use it. It's time to dismantle ALL Muslim reactors. As you have stated in the past, "they thrive on hope".
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