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in response to reader comment: Is this true information about the Muslims ? or is it a conspiracy ?

Submitted by Sword of Islam & The Babies of Beslan (United Kingdom), Apr 4, 2006 at 20:36

The most famous Muslim 'moderate' politician that most people know of is Anwar Sadaat of Eqypt. He was assasinated by his own people for being 'too moderate'. Now comes the interesting part; before becoming president of Eqypt he served 4 years in prison for collaboration with the Nazi's during WWII. This was a 'moderate'!

Be thankful for the maniacs. It's the 'moderates' that muddy the waters and turn a black and white situation into enough shades of grey to sap the will of the typical Liberal. It is also the 'moderate' that will stick the knife if your back when you embrace him in greeting. Thank the Gods (all three of them) for the half-wits like Sarah!

'Hitler's notorious book, Mein Kampf, is required reading at Egypt's Military Academy. After the Koran, Mein Kampf is the second best-selling book in the Arab world. The Saudi terrorist regime spends millions of dollars each year reproducing Mein Kampf in numerous languages and distributing it throughout Islamic nations.'

No More Beslans

Sword & The Babies of Beslan

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