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Anti-terrorist legislation, or anti-Muslim legislation?

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Submitted by Octavio (Italy), Dec 12, 2006 at 06:15

I am left-wing in foreign politics, and I am right-wing in domestic policy. If you want an anti-terrorist legislation back home, then you need to be able to profile people. No anti-terrorist legislation would make sense if you don't look into Muslim communities in the West. The War on Terror could easily be called something else, because terrorism is just a military tactic.

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