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  • Inflaming violence and keeping Muslims living in the West “in a jihad frame of mind”;

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  • Inflaming world outage at a Holocaust conference, Iran's president saying Israel's days are now numbered, provoking harsh reaction from Washington to the Vatican.

    CNN Transcript Dec 12, 2006

  • Inflaming yourself with idols at every antique store!

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  • Inflaming images and humiliating reflections succeeded each other in his mind, keeping up, augmenting his anger.

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  • Inflaming an already heated debate, the imam behind the proposed Ground Zero Mosque claimed in a CNN interview Wednesday that moving the site of his project would be a victory for "the radicals."

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  • "This is Inflaming emotions without engaging the mind or heart, and replaces the power of the truth with cheap antics," he said.

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  • Inflaming the scandal was the much-remarked "coolness" of the culprit, whose

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  • It's probably time for Americans to consider buying a nice, sturdy Muslim prayer rug … ... hunterjck: Inflaming muslim radicals is not "standing up for Christian values".

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  • Inflaming the scandal was the much-remarked "coolness" of the culprit, whose

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  • Inflaming matters, according to United leaders, were comments by Jayson Baron, who leads

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