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If “true Islam” is defined by the Koran, then true Islam – per the Koran - is a religion that DEMANDS intolerance of all other religions and DEMANDs acts of violence against practitioners of all other religions. One suspects that Mrs. Rajavi’s references to “true Islam” and positive comparisons to current-day Iran are (disingenuously) only in the context of the Muslim community and that non-Muslim communities are still the enemy. Ken, you should ask for clarification from Mrs. Rajavi on this point (reconciling what she says with what is in the Koran regarding treatment of non-Muslims).
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The CIA and Its Torturers

Nik L Wrote: Dec 11, 2014 8:51 AM
Define "torture."
I’d rather Hassan get the noose, and Dear Ruler publically admit that the murders were an act of domestic Islamic terrorism.
Hillary is in trouble! Establishment GOP to the rescue!
What a bold & daring move! Way to go, Congress!
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Miller's Model: A Solution for Ferguson

Nik L Wrote: Dec 02, 2014 7:43 AM
Nimitz was also a Texan. Maybe there's something about Texans to be learned.
Holder should start his targeting with himself and the DOJ.
As quoted by the article, Obama said, “I bent over backwards and will continue to do everything I can to get Congress to work because that’s my preference.” “My preference?”! The Constitution requires it. It is not Obama’s or any president’s choice. Preference has nothing to do with the issue. This language is further indication that he sees himself as an autocrat (and childish) – that his desires supersede the Constitution and his oath of office.
Can no one publish an article about “global warming” or “climate change” that does not include a scary-looking photo of WATER VAPOR coming out of a chimney – especially an article that purports to debunk the lefty narrative?
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School Dumps Christmas to Appease Muslims

Nik L Wrote: Nov 13, 2014 8:12 AM
Step-by-step, inch-by-inch. First it’s a demand for “equality.” Then it’s a demand for special treatment. Then it’s a demand for conformance - at the point of a sword.
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