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Evil Is as Evil Does

Reader comment on item: The Evil Isn't Islam

Submitted by Jon Gaston (United States), Jul 30, 2002 at 08:54

It wasn't Christians or Buddhists who hijacked and rammed aircraft into our tallest, most occupied buildings. There are central theme to all of the great religions. Read and understand that Islam is unique in that it condones, and perhaps, even incites violence. Why do you think Muslims have the most fanatical factions in the world? I never group all people in a class, but we Americans do have a common enemy right now, and they are terrorists. The problem and the immediate target IS Evil and the Evil doers in this case happen to be Muslim extermists. The biggest problem is moderate Muslims are funding the radicals, so who then is the Enemy?
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