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Ever thus & always?

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Oct 2, 2013 at 13:46

Professor, when I read the tweets from http://twitter.com/MidnightWatcher & read the blog entries over at http://facingislam.blogspot.com it is easy to see the Koran & the Haddiths energizing the worst of inhumanity.

This matter has been raised before, and frankly I see the wisdom of prudence. For, isn't it prudent to conclude that when inhumanity takes place, it is better to be prepared for it taking place again, than counting on a clean slate immediately afterward?

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