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Submitted by Mike (United States), Feb 7, 2007 at 18:26

Alarmist nonsense. The Idea of Islam posing a threat to America is like an ant crawling up the backside of an elephant with the intention of rape.

Islam will not gain momentum in America unless Americans investigate it and begin to see value in it, in which case no harm is done, but Muslims have no ability to force their way into America.

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