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Innocent?

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Submitted by Angel (Indonesia), Sep 25, 2011 at 17:11

Profiling is needed. When affecting innocents, there are three type of innocent, one is thankful for the reason why profiling is needed and get on with this method to keep them safe. Second is to feel threatening because they worry about the aim of islamist will fail to install their agenda, in the other way, they are simpatisans. Thrid, only ignorant people who know nothing about why profiling is needed?

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