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Reader comment on item: Let Refugees Remain in Their Own Culture Zones

Submitted by Michael Hanni Morcos (Canada), Sep 25, 2013 at 13:18

That is it Dr.Pipes --this would be the Jackpot Solution for All--But i'm afraid that would be too obvious as it would go against the main goal of Exporting the Sharia -Caliphate Ideology and infiltrating the West.In this semi-utopic setting ;we would be Sharia-Free;and like Japan for example do Not have a single Islamic -extremist related Terror,It's a Win-Win -Win all around --That separation would take us back to the Good Old Beautifull Days -when the people or the ideology,or the Terror was not on our shores----I'm dreaming in technicoulor --and some of my dreams come through.

I strongly feel that from the start in 1948 onward this idea of taking care of your bretheren and sisters was too convenient and easy to resolve this dilemma -it was created solely to be Israel's Thorn and an Excuse to Exterminate the Chosen People...That should be obvious to All--as there is no issue as to surface area or resources for the Saudis .or Gulf States.etc... They chose to share their resources in a more suited way to their Islamic Goals.

Thank You.


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