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War, Islam and Abdo

Reader comment on item: Another Islamist Soldier Turns Terrorist in Texas

Submitted by Steven L (United States), Aug 2, 2011 at 10:27

The question is not what they can or cannot do but what will they do when Islam collides or does not agree with the US Constitution? This will become a case by case issue. Can the country afford this in case of a war on the US soil or in any western country.

Norway has already answered the question. Terror is more acceptable in Israel than in Norway but fundamentally it is acceptable for Norwegians in Norway. Good luck for Norway. I wish many will migrate to their welcoming land.

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