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Ramadan elevated, undermines credibility, gives political power

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Submitted by myth (Germany), Jan 27, 2010 at 16:25

more comments (7m) this elevates Ramadan into the sphere of us government access. Does he deserve this ? (8m) obviously deliberately ignoring Ramadan funding terrorists undermines the credibility of intelligence information having any definitive effect . (9m) linking Ramadan with "muslim communities" in the argumentation gives political power to him, suggests he is a representative of muslim communities. does Ramadan have any legitimation to speak for others ?

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