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Is Mr. Pipes missing the big picture?

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Submitted by PDM (United States), Jul 18, 2006 at 10:34

Or does he like controversy......or both?

"erroneous Israeli decisions"

This statement could easily be replaced in a similar argument with, "erroneous American decisions"

As if America were responsible for the 9/11 attacks....and Israel is reponsible for islamic attacks.

As John Quincy Adams said in 1830,

"While the dissolute and fraudulent dogmas of the false prophet (mohammed) shall give motive to human action (islam), there shall never be peace on earth and good will toward men."...

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