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Their mission statement is rather frightening. Hopefully it'll be realized here before it's too late.
on January 20, 2012 at 9:49 AM
¿ At one time the U.S. had some allies in the Middle East. The political climate changed. New hands handled the issues . This Islam contains a different totalitarian power that westerners weren’t prepared to handle Naut. It’s no longer the Arabian Nights, magic carpets, but still sly Arabs. They are religious Arabs that old Hollywood movies didn’t portray right to handle. Yet alone themselves. In college I took Islamic World in the history department. It was taught by a brilliant professor. In the summer he roamed the Sahara desert. I received an A. Admittedly I don't understand the paper por remember the term paper that I wrote. I took the A and ran. The U.S. should have done that in Iraq. Iran's a nightmare. I give you that you know better than me. Inform us Naut. BC-A, Bill’s R®st.
on January 19, 2012 at 5:42 PM
Do the leaders read history books at all, you think?
on January 19, 2012 at 4:18 PM
Their credo is frightening! I think one of the problems with them is their breakaway groups that they support! Also, there will never be any type of freedom because I believe the people are required to support them. And, Hamas is one of their breakaway groups and I will not believe for one minute that they will use them to meet their objective! Shelly
on January 19, 2012 at 1:01 PM
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