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You're right, your secular greed is to blame

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Submitted by Frahad Navkhoda (United Kingdom), Jul 23, 2007 at 04:57

You're right and wrong at the same time Jim Little,

The fault does not lie with along religious lines, it lays with your consumer greed and need for power and land. They (those who you call terrorists) don't necessarily want to change the way you live, they just want what rightfully belongs to them. How many Muslim armies are there in Western Europe and North America? Don't believe everything the newspapers tell you!

Frahad

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