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Phantom Enemy - Islamism

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in response to reader comment: Enemy is Islam , but if you want to be politically correct and avoid controversies you can ....

Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Jul 5, 2008 at 12:33

Citizen asks: "dont understand when Muslims are openly calling for Kill American , Kill Jews , Kill Kaffirs, Kill Hindus ,
Why do we want to be political correct ? To please whom ?"

Of course to please Muslims/ Who else? Muslim masters from Saudi Arabia and the rest of the gang.

Question is When will West have courage to face the real enemyy instead of the phantom enemy like Islamists

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