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Submitted by donvan (United States), May 27, 2007 at 20:38

song called "Yankee doodle dandy". In that little ditty it says "Stick a feather in your hat and call it macaroni" For the benefit of those not fully aquainted with American english, it simply means you can define "Jihad" any way you want too, is still means perpetual war against those who do not accept the nonsense that Muhammed imposed on those unfortunate enough to fall under his distorted message.

We do not see Muslims experiencing great angst over the definition of "Jihad" nor do we see Muslims protesting the use ( or misuse) of Jihad. All the Muslim terrorists seem quite comfortable using the term to describe the training of 12 year old children to decapitate bound prisoners, commiting mass murder with the oh so creative use of cars full of explosives, or using children and women as human shields. I doubt if these good Muhommedians dwell on the esoteric meaning of "Jihad". Get real. No one is buying this garbage of trying to justify the acts of Muhammedians killing those they find incompatible with the teachings of the merchant of Medina that heard voices and suffered mental disorders.


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