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08 it is called double talk

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jan 28, 2008 at 17:33

The islamists say one thing to the media and a totally different thing in the mosques.

Over and over the islamists tell us that muslims are from the religion of peace, however in the mosques they preach hate.

It is interesting how the left is surprised at this, all they would have to do is turn on any news show and read about the latest attack or killing or bombing or kiddnapping or beheading and see who is doing it.

Is it the Amish . the Swiss, the islamists, the Canadians, or ... ?

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