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Some Americans want to ... the Moslims

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Submitted by f.sha (United States), Sep 5, 2007 at 23:41

Some Americans want to favor the Muslims on the expense of the taxpayers.
I asked one person today, is the Mayor a Muslim citizen? The NY City mayor is behaving strange and is giving the terrorists a change to have their madras in NY City. The graduates will not be less in terror mentality than the graduates from Pakistani madrassa.

What a shame that some Americans are behaving like cowards and where ? in NY City.
The City which was almost lost in 9/11.

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