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Submitted by Mark Major (United States), Jan 8, 2007 at 06:21

Iraq is a battle ground and to say that all they want is for the USA to leave is bunk. If the terrorists would quit attacking and allow stability to take over, the USA would leave. Trust me, no one over here right now wants to be here and we all wish stability would come to Iraq so we could leave. If the terrorists really wanted us gone, they would wait to continue their fight until we pulled out.

Fact is, they want to fight, they really don't want us to leave. So keep attacking and we have to stay. I agree, as a war, we will not win, it is a political problem and a police action. if the iraqis could come together as a people, stabilty would come to the region but instead they have death and torture squads from the diffrent sects running around trying to kill each other.

IN the Koran 2:223 it is said that the wives are your tilth, go to your tilth as you may desire.

I suppose the education levels for muslims all over the world are poor since they are blowing themselves up worldwide..Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Thailand, London ...or is it the passage that says you will be a martyr if you die in the cause of Jihad that is causing all these people to kill themselves....you know...the 72 virgins waiting for them in heaven, martrydom etc etc...them 72 virgins seems to interest a lot of folks.

And you're right, I am not a muslim, have just done a lot of reading on the subjects. but I do know there have been more than 7000 terror atacks worldwide ranging from Russia to the Netherlands to London to Africa, to the Phillipines and Thailand to Canada and the USA

It's not about Iraq, it is about a religion that should be classified as a death cult and outlawed worldwide

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