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Are Jihads clever.?

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in response to reader comment: Jihadists pleading insanity is insanity

Submitted by skai (United Kingdom), Apr 28, 2012 at 17:33

" How can American jurors buy this insanity plea ?" Easy, because majority of Americans are naive and ignorant about Islam and muslim/arab history. " .and therefore they are using their own culture identifications to determine sanity instead of seeing what is really going on .Terrible situation"

You are 100% right. Until Americans don't wake up, there is going to be problems with Jihads, call what you will. This is what muslims are good at ,it is called " al-taqiya" see http://jeffjenkinsocala.blogspot.com/2009/09/takiyya.html

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