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Submitted by kman (United States), Jan 2, 2009 at 02:46

You "see". I read from many, many sources other than state approved deceivements from Muslim countries. I have the freedom (until Islam takes over) to look at and judge any news source I want. I look through dozens from all over the world, and you have the ignorance to tell me of the civilians in Iraq that are killed by American military men who are trying to defend against the terrorists hiding behind the civilians.

You and your countrymen (children), see what only your rews sources want you to see. You see what American military men do to women & children but absolutely nothing of the hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children that the "mighty arm of Islam" salughter, torture, and rape every year. The world newspapers give lots of publicity to the "poor" Palestinians, and the daring/brave militants who hide behind masks, womens skirts, children, and innocent civilians.

Go ahead and believe in the "heroic" terrorists who are fighting for your deliverance from - what? Your own Islamic governments, or the Islamic terrorists who wantonly slaughter, rape, and torture everything in their path?

So, what do you really see?


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