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who started this war ?

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Submitted by skater (Canada), Feb 9, 2008 at 12:08

...look I'm sure that crimes committed in Nigeria from both faiths! and if this is true then the act and people should be condemned. However, it was not Christians or Jews that started this war they did not fly into building to kill thousands and we don't bomb people that politically that don't agree with us. So your argument Fabrizio doesn't hold water. I'm sick of you guys coming here and cheer for the enemy! in my mind if you love em join em in Afghanistan... !

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