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Echo of Nazism.

Tory leadership hopeful David Cameron has likened Muslim terrorists to the Nazis in the 1930s.

As he set out his credentials as a potential party leader in a speech on terrorism and security, he also said the West had to stand firm in Iraq.

Mr Cameron's speech to London's Foreign Policy Centre came after he quashed talk of a deal between him and potential rival Kenneth Clarke.

He said: "Jihadism, like Nazism and Communism before it, often bewitches the minds of gifted and educated young men."
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Aug 25, 2005
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