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I Admit it, I'm a Muslim Hater

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Submitted by Habib (United States), Jul 4, 2007 at 08:55

I can't help being racist and full of hate towards muslims. I have no real excuse, such as a family member burning and dying in the world trade center, or a son or daughter busted open by an I.E.D. in Iraq. No, my loved-one didn't die in a plane that smashed into an open field in Pennsylvania on 9/11. My hatred comes from what I see, and don't see, from the muslim community.

From where I stand, I see a group of muslims claiming to be "moderates" who should be labeled muterates, for whenever any muslim extremists plot, plan or target non-muslims, you never hear a word of condemnation towards the extremists. By being quiet, you are condoning their behavior, just as the Americans and Germans did when the Jews were being roasted alive and gassed in showers. In silence, there is complicity, not condemnation.

Imams are preaching messages of hate. Muslims are being taught to hate non-muslims in schools. Muslims are being given blood money by muslim governments for their martyred children who blow themselves up in acts of hate and aggression against non-muslims. Muslims are even killing other muslims because they argue whether they are sons of Ali or sons of Abu. That's equivalent to Christians arguing over being the sons of Adam or Noah. We are all sons and daughters of God, although somewhere along the line, muslims began to believe that there prophet was greater than our prophet, Jesus and literally, all hell broke loose. Like Jesus, Mohammed was persecuted for his beliefs, but he never died for them the way Jesus did. Anyway, religion has always been the great divider among people, fostering disagreements that fester into extremism.

And today, nowhere is extremism more apparent than in the muslim world. In spite of the torture, murder, death and destruction being inflicted on non-muslims worldwide, moderate muslims have their hands over their eyes, and refuse to see that a large segment of their society is ruining the notion that most muslims seek to live in peace. These moderates refuse to hear the cries of their own children being blown to bits by I.E.D.'s meant for non-muslims in the streets of terror in the Middle East. AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, MODERATES REFUSE TO SPEAK OUT AGAINST ALL THIS SUFFERING.

Nothing will change until muslims begin to change other muslims through teaching instead of preaching hate. Stop funding charities that are sponsoring terrorists. Mohammed said to give to the poor, but research where you money is actually going. By giving to terrorists organizations, you are terroists yourselves. Speak out about individuals in your communities, Imams and others, who are spreading messages of hate against non-muslims.

When Americans and other non-muslim people being to see that moderate muslims speaking out against acts of terrorism in the world and especially here in America, then perhaps more of us will see muslims in a new light of acceptance. Until then, the world we are leaving our children is not a safe place and things will only get worse.

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