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Showed loyalty

Reader comment on item: Jihad and the Professors
in response to reader comment: Should Arab-Americans volunteer for US armed forces?

Submitted by TOMAS (Egypt), May 13, 2014 at 09:56

You are mistaken, Sir Because when volunteers immigrant in the United States Army He is ready to die for the United States Terrorism is not a good thing for humanity Terrorism does not recognize the nationality or color or religion The terrorists want to kill the largest number of people The name of religion and this big mistake I am for myself, I wish I serve with the U.S. armed forces free of charge To defend the innocent The killing of Ishvah of religion In the end God Bless America

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