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Thanks for the lesson re: Fascism

Reader comment on item: More on the Term "Islamic Fascists"
in response to reader comment: "FASCISM" BY MUSLIMS IS DIFFERENT FROM FASCISM BY CHRISTIANS

Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Aug 21, 2006 at 01:01

Allan Mallenbaum. Thank you very much for your two articles regarding "fascism". It has certainly clarified the careless use of that word by so many writers. As for Ayan's comments, you should have realized that he is a Muslim or at least a Muslim apologist and is practising one of their important valued characteristics "taqiyya", which of course is lying and is entirely appropriate for Muslims.

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