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If the shoe fits Arif!

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Submitted by John Giannasca (Australia), Feb 8, 2006 at 22:29

Lets get one thing straight. Most muslims are not terrorists but most terrorists are muslims. So depicting a terrorist as a muslim is stastically correct. I am italian. If you belong to the Mafia you are rightly depicted as a gangster. Depicting gangsters as Italian does not give me a reason for offence because they are statistically correct. Lets throw this political corectness rubbish out the window. If needs to be said, say it.
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