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The Mill on the Floss
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  • That was a time of color, when the sunlight fell on glancing steel and floating banners; a time of adventure and fierce struggle,—nay, of living, religious art and religious enthusiasm; for were not cathedrals built in those days, and did not great emperors leave their Western palaces to die before the infidel strongholds in the sacred East?

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  • He described the Iraqi police as a tool in the hands of crusaders and infidels.
  • The infidel enemy has been badly wounded at the hands of your brothers and is close to its demise...
    Mustafa Abu al-Yazid

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