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The rule of mosques and Tablighees should be examined

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 23, 2015 at 06:28

Dr Pipes

It is about time that smart lawyers go after the mosques where the likes of these two terrorists attended and bankrupt them in the process. Also lawyers should go after those Mullahs in the prison system that are responsible for the conversion of inmates to Islam more so if those inmates get involved in terrorism

The Australians plan to revoke the citizenship of even those born in Australia if they join the so called "Smaller Jihad" in Syria and Iraq and this could very well be the cure

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