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Triumph over Islamism

Reader comment on item: The Triumph Of the 9/11 Commission

Submitted by Stan Beer (Australia), Jul 27, 2004 at 16:47

Dear Daniel,

While I agree with the core premise of your excellent article, you neglect to mention a few important pressing issues. Firstly, there are the two main vectors through which Islamism is being spread in the West today. Namely, the Saudi-financed mosques growing like cancerous cells in Western countries and the unchecked immigration of Muslims with non-western values into the West. Then there are the main Islamic terrorist sponsoring Arab and Muslim states of Saudi Arabia, Syria and Iran. Surely these matters must be addressed as an urgent priority.
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