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    • 29.11.09 | 07:09 (IST)

    You do not seem to know history. America has been battling with Islamist-Jihadist terrorists since the time of Thomas Jefferson. In the 1800s, America's gunships protected European merchants plying the Straits of Malacca and South China Sea against Islamist-Jihadist thugs. General Pershing and his troops battled against Islamist-Jihadist terrorists in Southern Philippines in the early 1900s. In addition to the $700 billion petrodollars, America gives billions of dollars to Arab Islamist-Jihadist states in the region for nothing. Ironically, the petrodollars are being used by the Arab Islamist-Jihadist countries to fuel the Middle East conflict and sponsor Islamist-Jihadist terrorism around the world including the Taliban, Al Queda, the Islamist-Jihadist Malays in Southern Thailand, the Islamist-Jihadist Moros in Southern Philippines, Islamist-Jihadist terrorists in Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Europe, Russia, Africa and N.America.

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    First published 22:54 28.11.09 | Last updated 09:53 29.11.09
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