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Terrorism obstructs Radical Islam

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Submitted by Dvora (United States), Aug 24, 2005 at 07:39

This is a keen obervation, on your part, Dr. Pipes. I will add this. I have always believed that there actually is NO TOLERANCE for Islam, Muslims or their dress. Since the London Bombings, the fragility of this perceived tolerance is unraveling very quickly across America. More and more Americans are saying verbally, that, they don't want muslims serving them food in their strange garb, on buses or trains, with their foreign garb... The flame against Islam has begun, because of their terrorist activities, and I can hear it in the voice of the average American on the streets of America. From Philadelphia, to Arizona. I hear it. ....

What I don't think is a good sign, because I do have friends who are Muslim, is the fact there are Americans voicing a desire to commit violent acts against what they perceive as a threat to American Democracy. Islam. I believe, that should another act of violence, committed by muslims, who do not accept responsibility for what they do to others, in acts of mass violence, which they openly celebrate against their Host Nations, will bring about mass attacks against Muslims, Mosques, and Islam in general, all across America.

Americans are a people that Radical Islam cannot possibly predict a violent reaction from. I know the History of America, and Islam is going to have a huge problem. Huge!
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