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Submitted by sara (United States), May 12, 2012 at 17:54

I wonder if anyone has put together a comprehensive study of historical attacks in the US by Muslims and compared it to attacks by random individuals or other groups. I would be interested to know if there is a statistical significance that substantiates the phenomenon of Muslims attacking infidels in the name of Allah vs. attacks for 'other' reasons. The truth is, we must compare apples to apples and only look at other groups who attack for a shared motivation, because every single one of these guys has the exact same reason for it.

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