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The case for integration

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Submitted by Octavio (Italy), Dec 11, 2006 at 16:31

I don't even expect Muslims to condemn terrorism, because they will always find an excuse for it. Moderate Muslims might exist, but they are marginal to the Muslim world. Then, remember that terrorism can be defined in a thousand ways, and Muslims might think that they are not terrorists.

Finally, terrorism is just a military tactic, it is nothing more than that. Therefore, all we can do is ask Euro-Muslims to integrate, or go back to Arabia, Turkey, Iran, North-Africa. The War on Terror will never be won, because we all have different views of what terror is. Integration, even forced integration, has better chances of succeeding.

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