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Osama, Islama (actions louder than words)

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Submitted by JustMe (United States), Apr 25, 2006 at 13:42

I totally agree. Bin Laden blames the U.S. and Europe and Israel for taking actions against their aggressions-- aggressions created and developed by Osama bin Laden himself. And now he calls us aggressors? He talks about their homes burning and being bombed. What an idiot! They are the home burning, bomb-happy lot. He encourages it and commends it. He must have forgotten about the aggression we've been putting up with from Al Qaeda for decades. He thought we would sit around being politically correct as usual and now that the game is on, he doesn't know what to do other than trying to avert the fact that he has created quite a mess.

Muslims come to our countries and drain our welfare system and criticize our ways. That welfare mentality is reflected in Osama's reaction to our refusal to financially aid a terrorist network, Hamas. What does this crazy idiot think? We should fund their Islamofacist government? If those people were stupid enough to elect Hamas, I don't really feel sorry for them at all. That's democray. They have voted the government they want in place. Don't ask for handouts now for your idiocy. Again, you can see their welfare mentality. Some people are just born with their hands stretched out and demanding others to pay their way. Osama was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and has lived his whole life off of other people's dirty blood money-- just a larger scale type of welfare in my opinion. Try accountability for your own actions for a change. Quit blaming everyone else.

But according to the teachings of Mohammed, Osama is a true follower. He is only following suit of their great prophet and his teachings. Where do they get the beheading fetish from? Mohammed. Plain and simple. (700 in one day for example) In fact, the other face of Islam (peace, love, joy) is not the true face of Islam. It's an illusion we're all supposed to believe.

Time Magazine has an article that should show the true face of Islam. I bring this up only because the Muslims on this board have portrayed all of us as sexually deviant weirdos. But apparently Iraq is having a huge problem with their young females being kidnapped and sold as sex slaves by gangs. They are forced to work in brothels. IF they somehow escape and return to their families, what do you think happens with those peace-loving Islamists? They are so ashamed, that they turn their own daughters out on the streets. It's reaching epidemic proportions. These girls have nowhere to go, being rejected by everyone. Actions speak so much louder than words.

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