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Terrorists in the pay of?

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Submitted by pigfoot (United States), Jun 19, 2007 at 12:32

I am well versed in Islamic history and understand what "Jihad" is. However, Jihad, or any movement, requires a certain amount of cash to sustain it. Notice in the picture the fine weaponery the Hamas displays. These weapons may be superior to what our Army uses (US). They probably go for six or eight hundred US dollars each.

Who does not understand that the Gulf sheiks are paying for these weapons? Dry up the money supply and the Jihadists will lose interest , (Allah notwithstanding).

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