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Who is to blame?

Reader comment on item: Should We Blame a Florida Pastor for Deaths in Afghanistan?

Submitted by Rude Waken (United States), Apr 7, 2011 at 17:37

Evidently CAIR has done an excellent job at convincing Western civilization, Mr. Jones is at fault. If anything it has forced modern society to look at the true colors of Islam.

When Thomas Jefferson was president, he put an end to Islam terrorizing the high seas by sinking half the Muslim navy.

After much research, it has been determined that the local imams are the instigators and organizers of the murders in Afghanistan, Egypt and Iraq. In the Muslim culture, eye for an eye, the destruction of every mosque at prayer time would slow and eventually stop the murders of Western people in casualty countries.

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