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No peace with Moslems

Reader comment on item: [Naveed Haq and] "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" in Seattle

Submitted by f.shakki (United States), Aug 8, 2006 at 20:42

"Sudden jihad syndrome never erupts in isolation, but results from a steady diet of antisemitic, anti-Zionist, anti-Christian, and anti-American incitement fed by Islamist mosques, schools, voluntary associations, and media"

You are very right, because what they talk about in the mosques is how to defeat and kill the infidals. They are learning Islam.
You must expect terror as long as Moslems are anywhere. Their aim is to take over by all means.

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