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In tonight's Talking Points, Bill O'Reilly said both the left and the right are making deadly mistakes in the debate over terrorism and guns.

O'Reilly said that President Obama doesn't seem to understand "it is his job to lead the world against the jihad."

He said that by using substitute wording for "radical Islamic terrorism," he is sending a message that it's not the fault of the Muslim world that Islamic terrorism has taken root.

"But here's the truth: If all the good Muslims in the world would unite against the jihad it would be wiped out in weeks."

But O'Reilly said there also needs to be action to confront the nation's out-of-control gun violence, and that people on the right have been wrong on that issue.

He said that Congress should debate the kind of weapons available for public sale and states should decide their carry laws. He added that gun dealers across the country should be required to report the sale of heavy weapons directly to the FBI.

"That's sane and would make it a lot tougher for the Omar Mateens of the world to kill."

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