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11 October 2006

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Stavros

FreeCyprus,

Thanks for the links. Orthodoxy has always been on the frontlines. Only when our leaders begin to understand the true nature of the struggle before us, can the West really start to fight the battle effectively. That means fighting it in every place it rears its ugly head. Time to confront our so-called "friends" like Turkey who are unwilling or unable to figure out which side they are on. Let's not paint all Muslims with a broad brush, but let's drop the PC approach to a religion whose leaders often either ignore or encourage barbarity.

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