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Why not a little Shiite vs Sunni War??

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Submitted by J.S. (Canada), May 10, 2006 at 17:09

Let the two terrorist supporting entities duke it out -- that would be Shitte Iran/Iraq vs Saudi Arabia, parts of Syria, Egypt, etc. Let the two vipers have at it... When they destroy each other, the world can then celebrate. So let's have another intra-regional, intra-religous war...It would be fabulous. Thus I advocate a MAD for Arabs vs Persians!! Let's go guys!

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