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I say profile them

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in response to reader comment: crazy idea

Submitted by Stephen Phillips (United States), Sep 9, 2006 at 15:25

One big difference between the Nazi versus the Jew conflict and Islam versus the world is that the Nazi's had no proof of jewish crimes. But the world has ample proof of muslim crimes against humanity. I refuse to be so naive as to think that love is being preached in the thousands of mosques scattered across the U.S. America is in trouble because it's fighting a new threat with worn out tactics

Consideration for the feelings of the terrorists should be discouraged A few hurt feelings is far better than thousands more dead bodies. Discrimination, intolerance and deportation should be the order of the day. You obviously cannot reason with those Muslim fanatics so you have to GET RID OF THEM! If there were hundreds of rabid pit bulls roaming the street of a major American city, there would be no question about destroying them. Well the islamist threat is thousands of times greater than those rabid pit bulls. We don't need to promote tolerance, understanding or believe that all they need is a nice 12 step Aggression Reduction program and maybe a few medical and financial incentives to "do good."...


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