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Takiya and Sharia Laws at their peaks

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Submitted by Michael Hanni Morcos (Canada), Sep 11, 2014 at 10:00

This blatant lying is so rampant in all Islamic cultures that it is the norm.It becomes more sacrilegeous when Presidents re- emphasise them .And the fact that 90% of Americans are unfamiliar with the practice of denial and deceit ;it becomes an easy target to pull the wool over their eyes.We cannot and will not ever win this war on terror as long as we are in utter denial and ignorance vis a vis this dreaded ideology

We have to win this Cultural impasse ;that all the bombing and killing will not touch.

thank you.

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