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Until we learn the difference, nothing will work

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Submitted by steveN (United States), Jun 9, 2012 at 22:46

Until we as a country learn to distinguish between what is an individual criminal act, or even an individual insane act, and the actions of a person representing his or her religion in committing such, we will not be able to identify or prevent any terrorism in the United States. It is imperative to understand the motivations of such terrorists. They are not like ordinary crimes and they should not be tried in regular courtrooms since they all are part of a network that is at war with this country.

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