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Organizaciones islámicas, Amnistía Internacional y grupos de 'derechos humanos' consiguen atemorizar a los políticos
Javier Monjas - 18/10/2014 - 04:20 PM   GMT+01:00
Se trataba de, al menos, vigilar la inflamatoria prédica de los pasajes más brutales del Corán, promotores del odio y del exterminio de los infieles. Se trataba de, al menos, controlar a los "combatientes extranjeros" que se entrenan en las masacres del Medio Oriente para después regresar a 'casa' con el fin de poner en práctica lo aprendido. Se trataba de, al menos, eliminar la enorme y costosísima maraña de "prestaciones sociales" de las que se benefician los yihadistas y sus parentelas, parasitarios de la nación que, a la vez, desean destruir con toda la fuerza de su bendita y luminosa fe.


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