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Embedded Jizya Tax in Oil Prices?

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Submitted by Mourad Antoine (United States), Jan 1, 2006 at 14:01

Could they be embedding this tax in oil prices, and destroying the world economy? How about our troops and civilians that are protecting Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, etc..., are they being taxed in this way also? Could this illegal and backward tax be used to justify wiping them off the map, and ensure freedom and proseprity?
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