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Submitted by ahmadzafire (United States), Oct 16, 2007 at 22:39

you are missing the point. the majority of muslims are not speaking up because THEIR RELIGION TELLS THEM THEY ARE PERFECT AND THE OTHERS ARE INFERIOR AND NEEDS TO BE WIPED AWAY. Given this mindset, why should you muslims do something for inferior people that you will wipe away from the face of the earth as soon as possible? #1(please stop if you will...using the phrase(you Muslims) as if i myself have something to do with those terrorist) I never include you in any foul acts of other Christians. I simple blame them and them alone.

What many people done or haven't done shouldn't be your burden and neither mind. You are absolutely right about many who do think that they are perfect but believe me those are the ones who are brain washed in thinking that anyone on this planet was perfect. Unless they're Jesus Christ(pbuh) himself who was as close to perfect as it came they are thoughtless. But you have to be true to yourself and realize all Muslims are not like that and are peaceful human beings. Think about this if (ALL) Muslims wanted to kill Christians and Jews. Why do Iraq need Americas help from devils like Saddam and terrorist that have sleeper cells in the Iraqi army, police force and any other organization that fight terrorism.

Why did Kuwait ask Americas help to prevent Saddam from invading them in 1990 the dessert storm war?. When all they had to do is ask for Bin Laden help to defeat Saddam with his freedom fighters the Mujaheddin. Bin Laden never like Saddam for what he done to the people of Iraq and the Mujaheddin was freedom fighters who helps any Muslims country against those who oppressed them. And because Kuwait choose America first a Christians country. Now Kuwait is on the hit list for terrorist to blow them up. But thats another story in itself. What about t he President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Mr. Musharraf he is the bravest man on earth right now.

On September 17th, 2005, President Musharraf made an historic speech before a broad based audience of Jewish leadership, sponsored by the Council of world jewry, in New York, where he denounced terror and opened the door to relationships between Pakistan and Israel, and between the Muslim world and Jews worldwide. He was widely criticized by Middle East Arab leaders and Muslim clerics, but was met with some hope among Jewish leadership.

Critics doubt the ability of Musharraf to curb extremists, citing the escalation violence that is taking place, on the 13th of September 2007, 300 Pakistani troops were captured by Islamic militants as prisoners, Musharaf's own SSG unit had a serious bomb blast in which 16 died in an army mess as well as troops dying elsewhere in rocket attack in the North-West Frontier province and Tribal areas. In 2001 events like these especially suicide bombings were unknown.

Now you can clearly see that many Muslims do want peace and also see why many won't speak up. Here in America we have Muslims that sits in the House of Representatives in Congress, States Representatives, Police Chiefs, Army Majors, Captains, Soldiers, Firemens etc. But they don't believe in terrorism or hate others from different faiths as these extremists.

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