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Death to all Islam?
Yes.
Only the bad ones so no.
Only the bad ones and all the good ones up to 5 miles away.
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What an idiotic question. The only reason anyone outside her village ever heard of her, or knows her face, is that she is an absolutely enormous exception to the run of the mill paki girl. Not too mention that she is under constant death threat by he co-religionists, those 'peaceful' muslims.


The most exceptional thing about her was that rather than being left in a ditch to die she was flown abroad and given medical attention that would have been otherwise unavailable in her own country, thus enabling her survival and bringing her into the common western ken

How many more like her, who just remained in the ditch, or who we put in the ditch as collateral, is completely unknowable

Also regards the idea that most muslims either tacitly support our blah blah whatever, that's an assumption. Something that isn't an assumption is that the very bay majority of people who have ever fought against isis and their forebears are muslim, while the west had spent most of its time in a flap wondering where to chuck it's bombs

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philippines has i think the highest historical kill ratios (troops committed:death toll) of americans in asymetrical combat ever


I would like to know more.

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http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/...4085829461.html

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The Filipino Army of Liberation (drawn from the northern Christian provinces of the islands) was poorly armed, with only about one rifle for every three-to-four of its soldiers. An even bigger problem was severe lack of ammunition; due to lack of funds and the efficiency of the U.S. Navy in catching and deterring gun-runners. For the most part, the Filipinos had to rely on making their own bullets, using home-made black powder and brass curtain rods. Many U.S. historians have belittled the military ability and leadership of the Army of Liberation, comparing it unfavorably to the Viet Minh and Viet Cong of more than fifty years later. But the fact is the Filipinos were easily as motivated and tough, but unlike the NVA or Viet Cong did not have the advantage of massive assistance from a friendly major power hostile to the U.S. There were no foreign trainers nor an unlimited stream of modern weapons and ammunition. Otherwise there might have been a far different outcome. Even then 4,234 Americans killed out of 126,468 "cycled through" give that war the dubious distinction of having one of the higher death rates for American wars, that is troops committed to troops dying, half-again higher than the decade-long Vietnam War.


http://www.morolandhistory.com/rela...%20of%20.45.htm

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