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Submitted by Nick (United States), Oct 16, 2006 at 17:52

As it was reported that 75 % of the taxi drivers are Somalis. I like to remind the readers that in 1993 the US Goverment sent troops to supply the starving population with food.

Instead of a thank you note was a barrage of gun fire directed at the US soldiers who came to the muslims to make sure they survive. As a result of the battle we lost 30 soldiers and 79 wounded. Some wounded pilots were taken prisoner an tortured to death. I suggest that this Goverment should check all the Somalis who arrived after 1993 if they have blood on their hands.

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