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Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:
in response to reader comment: Two Ways to Defeat Islamic Terrorism

Submitted by LDC (United States), Dec 10, 2006 at 12:12

"Otherwise, and probably quickly following a terrorist nuclear event on US or Israeli soil, we may see the end of Islamic terrorism in a cataclysm of Tomahawk missles when America finally resorts to WWII rules of engagement."

Either that, or Senators Dick Durbin and Joe Biden will propose legislation that asks the Islamists under what terms they will accept our surrender. Unimaginable? Ridiculous? It's the Petan Principle: A country unwilling to fight for it's freedom is destined to be betrayed by its leaders.

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