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Swiss are terrorists

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Submitted by roberts prenser (Norway), Dec 16, 2009 at 12:08

But architecture should not be attacked or prejudiced. It is the Swiss who are stupid to ignite hatred and hatred reaction. Blind Xristians and criminals in judiasm bless this discord in which they are only involved in words. Swiss cannot from now on risk go in Islamic land. Even passport officers at airport will connect them to this criminal act. They must apologize and build numerous minerates in compensation to their criminal act.

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