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the police have not been present in that suburb for years.
That demand seems quite unrealistic, since residents of any location are subject to the laws of that area."All we demand is to be left alone," said Mouloud Dahmani, one of the local "emirs" engaged in negotiations to persuade the French to withdraw the police and allow a committee of sheiks, mostly from the Muslim Brotherhood, to negotiate an end to the hostilities.
I agree, radical Islam does need to be confronted, forcefully. However, it seems like invading Iraq created a fertile breeding and proving ground rather than confront radical Islam.Originally posted by analog:
That's why I posted elsewhere I'm relieved that radical Islam has been confronted.
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