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Infidel- The threat of terrorism.

Reader comment on item: Which Has More Islamist Terrorism, Europe or America?
in response to reader comment: Anne, how do we decide who to fire at?

Submitted by hyman peskin (Canada), Jul 7, 2008 at 19:25

You are walking down an isolated street late at night in a problematic district. What are the odds of you being the victim of a terrorist act as opposed to a conventional criminal incident? The response is obvious-and that it would apply to both North America and Europe.It would be laughable if your fear of terrorism trumps crime. In terms of statistics there is no comparison between the two categories.

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