London Cleric Says 'Great Victory' If Al Queda Did Bombing

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    It's this type of thing that is going to cause the people to say 'it's the religion.' Has anyone noticed that the radicals are coming from Egypt and Jordan, not just SA?

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    I remember reading that over 50 percent of the homicide bombers that have murdered innocent people in Iraq are from Saudi Arabia. After 15 minutes warning, the houses of homicide bomber relatives should have been targeted with Tomahawks, then all their financial assets should have been confiscated. As it is now, the homicide bombers strike with impunity; for the bombers, there are no consequences, except the erasure of their malignant lives. Regarding Egypt and Jordan, two of the most profoundly evil terrorists on the planet are from those countries: al-Zawahiri and al-Zarqawi. In the recent Pew Global Attitudes Survey, some of the most extreme anti-American attitudes were expressed by Jordanians.

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    That study was fascinating, thanks!

    Jordan and Egypt are problematic. Egypt in particular from the top down. Jordan from the bottom up.
     

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