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Submitted by John Sobieski (United States), Dec 15, 2005 at 12:13

Part of jihad is the tactics available when Islam is weak, like when Mo started out in Mecca. In the minority, the Mohammedeans of France see a parasitic opportunity - free housing, free money, free healthcare. We don't conform and we don't work or start businesses because we can live off the infidels. It's the same mentality of the Palestinians - living off the jizya they demand. Of course, it's always good to throw a little terror at the infidels, oh excuse me, the Others to remind them who is in control.
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