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Muslims in the Armed Forces

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Submitted by David Monty (United Kingdom), Nov 6, 2002 at 07:43

Let me try to understand this....

If John Kacarab was still in the US military, he would distrust any fellow member of his unit who happened to be muslim on the basis that they may try to kill him.

I presume that his call for US citizens to arm themselves does not inlcude the millions of US muslims? Why not go one stage further and make that religion illegal?

All in all, I think we should give thanks that he has retired.
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