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Submitted by Miriam (United States), Nov 7, 2005 at 20:30

There is a constant threat of violent attacks on anything non-islamic. Hence, it is extremely urgent that the violent extremists of Islam are contained, if not controlled fully.

"I saw the continued arson in the streets of France, many towns, hunbdreds of vehicles, homes and even schools turned to ashes much like the Sanskrit school of India burnt to ashes. My sympathy to both the Indian and French victims of islamist continuing hatred."
".What part of being civilized citizens the islamofascists don't understand? That is a simple question.

There are millions of poor and even discriminated Buddhists of Sri Lanka, Hindus of Bali and India, and so on. That does not make them savage barbarians. Indeed they are not. They are all civilized law-abiding citizens living on hope not on free hand-outs or violence as political tool, as the islamofascists are."

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