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Grrrr... Your point was about the society/people as a whole. My comment was
about the incidence within a larger population of a non-representative
subset of people.
Two entirely different matters.
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> >Yemen, or the Arab or Muslim countries who view the US as an enemy due to
> >our support for Israel, and will take action based on this enmity, your
> >point is, of course, entirely correct. But, then, that is not what Grant
> Actually, yes, it was.
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