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Submitted by James Biga (United States), Oct 4, 2006 at 11:41

Now that a group of people in the government have discovered the obvious, how does this change things? Will this change the way we are fighting this war? Will it change the way we deal with Islam? Will someone acknowledge that Islam is not necessarily a religion of peace? I do not believe reform can occur within Islam without rewriting their quoran. To do this is an apostasy. Rewriting the quoran and the government actually facing reality are two fantasies that have no chance of becoming real.

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