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The super power cannot protect the air traffic

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Submitted by fosh (United States), Jan 8, 2010 at 11:16

I think the Americans can not adopt a good policy to protect the air traffic because the Moslem terrorists are having influncing the action of USA from inside. Look at defence minister, he can not classify the terrost act by one of his army officer who killed 13 and wounding severals, shouting Alla Akber, as a terrorist act. I can not explain this except he is scard of the terrorists inside. That shows you how bad the USA became, and also most of the west countries. I want to elaporate about what happened in Egypt on the January 7, 2010.

After the Christians finish the praying before their Chrismas, and as they were leaving the church the moslems terrorist attacked and killed 7 persons and wounding 9 others. This is the latest terror actions happening in this country which became mostly like Samalia or Iraq, fell in the hands of the terrorist. The trend in Egypt now to show what happened is like regular crime. In fact it is a racist crime to drive the chrisians out of Egypt as it happening in Iraq.

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