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NOT JUST INDIA

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Submitted by GRAHAM RAEL-BROOK (United States), Jul 16, 2002 at 13:17

INDA, TURKEY AND ISRAEL ARE SUGGESTED BUT WITH THE LOOSENING OF BRITAIN'S CONTROL OVER HER ERSTWHILE EMPIRE THOSE MEMBER COUNTRIES NOT JUST INDIA SHOULD BE COURTED AS VALUABLE ALLIES.

NOT JUST TURKEY BUT CURRYING FAVOR WITH OTHER NON- EXTREMIST MUSLIM STATES MIGHT HELP US DETERMINE WHERE AND HOW WE CAN USE THE MODERATES TO CLEANSE THE MUSLIM RELIGION FROM THOSE WHO WOULD USE IT AS AN EXCUSE FOR MURDEROUS ATTACKS AGAINST NON-MUSLIM CIVILIZATION.

GRAHAM
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