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Response to Sultan

Reader comment on item: Christianity Dying in Its Birthplace
in response to reader comment: Shazia Hanım

Submitted by Faqi Hussain (United States), Sep 16, 2005 at 17:21

Sultan, I agree with your comments on Ms Shazia Khanum. She seems a very intelligent and adorable individual whose views seem balanced and sincere, though misplaced.

But I have to disagree with your statement, "The reason is that USA is after a very big political strategy in the muslim areas.." What do you exactly mean by that?. Either you are completely misinformed, or you are totaly ignorant about the United States. The US, if they wish to dominate the world militarity, could easily do that. But they are not interested in that.

The US went into Afghanistan as they refused to hand over the cold blooded Murderer Bin Laden for justice. The US has no intention in staying in any Muslim country. If the US was not attacked on 9/11 they would never have gone into Afghanistan. In any case Afganistan is a better place today because of it and so is Iraq. In Iraq a 'blood thirsty tyrant' controlled the place with an iron hand for years, there was no freedom whatsoever. He attacked to neighbouring countries for no reason. Where were the Islamic apologists outrage when thousands of atrocities were committed by him? More Muslims have been killed by Muslims in the past 100 years than by any one else.

The US would have left Iraq if the terrorists did not start killing Iraqis. The government of Iraq itself wants the US troops to stay until the situation becomes stable. The US has no interest in the Muslim world. The US pay too much already for the Petroleum from Muslim countries and with that money they spread a hateful ideology, to kill the non- muslims, like what happened on 9/11, Madrid, Bali, 7/7 and scores of others. and support organizatins like CAIR, MCB etc. The US gives too much in aid to Muslim countries like Egypt, Pakistan, Jordan and so many other in Africa.
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