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Moslims vs. Homosexuals in the Military

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Submitted by Rachel Brudnoy (United States), Nov 11, 2009 at 13:43

The US army boots out vital soldiers because they are homosexuals, but keeps Muslims. In my waning memory, homosexual soldiers have never killed a fellow soldier let alone massacred many. Here is a group who has been the subject of brutal mistreatment, and even with skills such as an Arabic translator, have been kicked out of the armed services. Can anyone explain to me why the media treats a 39 year old physicians actions as if he were a deranged teen ager, angry at the jocks who teased him, so he gets a gun and starts shooting? Sudden jihad says to me that any of these 4,000 Muslim soldiers could commit a lone action like this in the name of Allah. They need not be sleeper agents, just religious Muslims. Re reading your "Sudden Jihad Syndrome article adds credence to this real concern.

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