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Muslims....terrorists...what's the difference?

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Submitted by David Wooley (United States), Apr 8, 2007 at 20:33

For THOUSANDS of years these idiots have been fighting. These IDIOTS will NEVER stop fighting until they are forced to do so. Many politicians have tried to negotiate peace between these factions with zero results. These "people" HIDE behind their religion as a shield for violence. They use religion as an "EXCUSE" to kill. ... If they have not solved it in 2000+ years what is to make us think they will solve it now?... VIOLENT? Sure...but I am sick of watching innocents die for a cause that is nondescript. DEATH TO OSAMA AND ALL THE LIKE...

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