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Using your example, I do think that you do not have to worry about the
Muslim children. These are good kids who will do what they are told. It
seems to me that you will have to worry about the leaders who use these
kids as tools and order the young people to blow themselves up. I also
think you might want to worry about politicians who put flames under these
kind of conflicts.
At 08:24 AM 1/11/2002 -0800, Richard Brodie wrote:
><<It's not the memes you have to worry about, it's the people who use
>So we don't have to worry about Muslim children being taught that the
>highest goal in life is to kill themselves in an attack on Americans?
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