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Submitted by Johannes Thorlacius (Iceland), Jun 9, 2006 at 00:18

First, my apologies for grammatical and syntax errors, English not being my 1st language.

As far as the "hijacked" Islam theory goes, I cannot agree. The most prominent names among Islam extremists are isolated and sterilized from association to the many hundred of millions of muslims that occupy the face of the earth and one might think with good reason. The fact that troubles me is that today 'Muslim Zionism' ,or rather just the gospel of terror, has both new world known high priests and a most efficient way of communicating "unholy" scripture...and what do I mean by that, one word, technology! What was once fragmented is now united under one banner that is now known throughout the face of the earth, a most unnerving fact.The number one target audience...young unhappy males! There are plenty of them in Europe, the US holds a bunch. They live next to us. We can't disturb any of them though because only some of them have evil thoughts and ultimately evil intentions(however catastrophic they may be). How can, I dare say, any solution to this gigantic problem that only grows with time, be anything but radical and extreme.

Kind regards



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