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in response to reader comment: How to end Islamist Terrorism in one month time

Submitted by Zaky (United States), Dec 9, 2006 at 14:14

Don't you think thats a little extreme?

If you stop doing business with muslim countries the US will sink like a stone in less than a month. Gas at the pump would reach $15/gallon at least. and the Muslim gov would still be able to sell their oil to china, russia , asia and europe.

Although i disagree with Daniel Pipes more often than not, i tend to agree with his analysis this time on how to end Islamic terrorism.

Zaky

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