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Sorry Dan, your response to Sirhan Sirhan doesn't cut it.

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Submitted by Joe Kafir (United States), May 29, 2009 at 17:54

Michael Aflaq and George Habash were also Christians, but arabized dhimmis acting on behalf of the ummah. Ditto for the palestinian terrorist Sir Sirhan Sirhan. Born in Jerusalem, he shot a highly visible American kaffir political leader to advance the cause of the ummah. He believed that he was in the service of the jihad. Vicious Jannisary warriors were born Christians too.

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