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To Mr. Ben Loops

Reader comment on item: "Islam" Does Not Mean "Peace"
in response to reader comment: in response to Ames Tiedman

Submitted by Ames Tiedeman (United States), Jun 24, 2008 at 17:53

Ben: Your arguments are ...wrong:

1. Japan attacked America on December 7, 1941, not vice/versa. We had every moral and ethical right to defend our blood and to end the war by any-means-necessary.

2. We were asked to defend Southern Vietnam by the government of South Vietnam. We fought with soldiers from Vietnam.

Now what was your point about Iraq? How does this have anything to do with my premise that Islam does not equal peace?

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