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Iranian indoctrination is bad, too.

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Submitted by Henrik R Clausen (Denmark), Nov 15, 2005 at 13:52

You wrote:
"No other press and school system indoctrinates children to become suicide murderers. No other people holds joyous wakes for dead suicide bombers. No other parents hope their children will blow themselves up.

Excuse me, but aren't you forgetting Iran here? Recently cartoons have been posted which are used to teach suicide bombing to Iranian children. And their leader is obviously not quite sane, either.

Otherwise, thanks for a very enligthening and needed series of newsletters!

-Henrik
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