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Submitted by Bob (United States), Oct 3, 2006 at 11:51

The Muslims have been trying to pull a smokescreen saying that suicide bombing against the United States is "not done by real Muslims" and suicide bombing and other forms of terror attacks against Israel is "legitimate resistance by poor downtrodden Muslims."

To be able to smoke out a Muslim who is truly against terrorism, he has to be able to say that terrorism is wrong against the United States
and Israel too -- for the reason that if a Muslim tries to say that terrorism is legit if it is against Israel, there is certainly a higher chance that the Muslim will think that terrorism against the United States is okay despite the smokescreen that they have been trying to pull up.

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