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The arrogance of carelessness

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Oct 25, 2007 at 09:18

As long as the cribbed notes of a heretical monk are used to justify man's inhumanity to man by those who follow in the footsteps of what stormed out of the Arabian Peninsula 1400 years ago, as long as this blight continues to poison Arab culture - peace talks are as counter productive as bringing a jerry can with gasoline when all the means of transportation are horse and buggy. Important matters have to be in place before a culture is ready for the ballot box, and I see scant evidence of that in the lands blighted by Islam.

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