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Severe underestimation of threat

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Submitted by Arvind Madhavan (India), May 3, 2005 at 16:09

It is very unlikely that the number of Hamas activists would number just 50 to 100 in the U.S. A more realistic estimation would result in several hundreds with tens of thousands symphatizers in local Islamic communities. This would sound politically incorrect, but I would consider nearly every islamic immigrant and even citizens, sympathizers to Hamas' cause. They would pretend to be secular until the time is right for them to show their true colors. History would back my words.
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