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Who is considered innocent?

Reader comment on item: CAIR's Phony Petition [about Nick Berg]

Submitted by Pat Kunz (United States), Jul 16, 2004 at 16:04

This petition is meaningless because it does not define who is considered innocent. In the wake of 9/11, when al Qaeda was under fire for attacking innocent civilians, UBL told a reporter that those working in the World Trade Center were not innocent because they were supporting the American "system".
Actions speak louder than words. Start by shunning mosques whose Imams preach radical Islam or hatred of the Jews. Maybe if American Muslims ceased donating to Middle Eastern terror groups, their words might have more meaning. Every dollar donated to the "humanitarian" wing of Hamas frees up more money for terrorist activities. If Muslims around the world would stop supporting terrorism through their words and deeds and actually turned in those who were plotting terrorist acts, then Islam might again be considered a religion of peace.
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