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Submitted by Anthony Perez (United States), May 16, 2007 at 09:02

I think that this is a dangerous move.

We have enough crazy people interested in hurting children, and with a school such as this it could incite someone to act.

What the Arabs do not get, is that Japanese interment camps can return in this country if we are pushed hard enough.

We are capable of that and more, history is clear enough, keep pushing and we will push back.

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