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Submitted by Maurice Soloviytz (United Kingdom), Dec 11, 2014 at 09:40

If the crown prince of Bahrain had failed to generalise the issue he would probably end up beheaded or killed in some other grisly fashion - by making the issue an issue for all the world and not just Muslims he can, in self-defense neutralize his critics in the Islamic world.

http://thebilateralist.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12/population-transfers-and-selective.html

is a bit more forthright in its approach to the issue of Islamism - in the West.

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