Date: December 24, 2011

Subject: Islamophobia, CAIR?

From: Freedom is Knowledge


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Islamophobia, CAIR? Pretend you are Jews and invite this woman into your building. She is training to be a (cough) journalist. Think she'll use the nick name, Boom-Boom?


Islamophobia, CAIR?  Pretend you are Jews and invite this woman into your building.
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Failed Suicide Bomber HOPES for Another Chance to Kill

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Louis Fox's Free Range Studios, which produced Grocery Store Wars, has produced over 70 issue-related shorts. His 'virally' popular 2003 hit, 'The Meatrix,' won awards at the Webbys, SXSW, Ottawa Animation Festival, and Holland Animation Festival among others. Fox lives in San Francisco.


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