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Ultimately, however, the Syrian government agreed to the supervised destruction of its chemical weapons stockpile. In 1981, Reagan imposed sanctions against Poland after the establishment of a military government in that country. These anti-Judeo-Christian-Islam beliefs represent the opposite side of the same religious coin. [See God and Satan: Two Sides of the Same Coin .] A printer friendly version of the calendar is also available.

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