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Still ain't buying it

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Submitted by Mark Major (United States), Jan 8, 2007 at 05:27

A good muslim is the one who obeys the law of the land as long as it is sharia law. If it isn't sharia law, a good muslim's duty, according to the Koran, is to fight until all non believers pay tax to the caliphate that is imposing sharia law...If you say you are a good muslim, you should go read what your priorities are according to... muhommad.

Keth Ellison is another prime example of how muslims won't exactly lie, but won't tell the truth either. He talks around what his loyalties are. When you ask him if his loyalties are to the USA or the Koran, he answers in all kinds of strange ways. As an elected politician of the people...his answer should straight up be the USA. His ties to CAIR, which has ties to terrorist organizations and his ties to the nation of Islam which has publicly denounced the state of Israel makes me question his loyalty to the United States. I think he is a muslim puppet and hopefully he don;t last in office very long. To announce publicly that Keith Ellison and the two Hindus will bring a better change also makes me wonder where your loyalties lie

The Iraqi people are fighting not against terrorism but against the different religious sects...Sunni and Shiites. The Kurds in the north of the country aren't fighting each other and the north is living in peace. But the Muslims in Thailand, Phillipines, Ethiopia, Sudan, Kashmir, India, Spain, France, England and many other nations are not fighting the terrorists...they are the terrorists. You can say it is only the extremist but the extremist could not do it without the support of all muslims. I fall muslims would put forth an effort to stop the extremist...the extremism would stop...and yes, doing nothing supports extremism since it is the duty of all citizens to fight against terrorism.

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