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In an interview with Pat Campbell, the host of WFLA Radio (in Orlando, Fla.) on July 14, 2005, Tom Tancredo- member of congress and one of the main supporters of the terrorist MKO- talked insolently about bombing Mecca.
In an interview with Pat Campbell, the host of WFLA Radio (in Orlando, Fla.) on July 14, 2005, Tom Tancredo- member of congress and one of the main supporters of the terrorist MKO- talked insolently about bombing Mecca. Here's the transcript of his interview: … Pat Campbell: Now here's the other thing too with the possibility of an attack ahead; Juval Aviv from the program, last Friday, he's former Israeli counter terrorism expert, he's claiming that an attack on US soil is imminent like the kind we saw in London within the next, you know, 90 days. And he said it's not just gonna be, you know, one city like New York, just major areas but probably six, seven, eight cities; some of them right in the heartland. Worst case scenario, if they do have these nukes inside borders and they were to use something like that what would be our response? Tom Tancredo: what would be our response? You know there are things that you could threaten to do before something like that happens and then you may have to do afterwards that are quite draconian… Campbell: Such as? Such as? Tancredo: well, what if you said something like- if this happens in the United States and we determine that it is the result of extremist fundamentalist Muslims, you know, you could take out their holy sites Campbell: You're talking about bombing Mecca? Tancredo: Yeah, you know, what if you said we recognize this is the ultimate threat to the United States therefore this is the ultimate response I mean, I don't know, I'm just throwing out there some ideas because it seems to me …you try at this point of time you would be talking about the most draconian measures you could possible imagine and because other than that all you could do is once again tighten up internally. Click <1>here<1> to listen to the interview.

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