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Either naïve or treasonous.

Reader comment on item: Which Privileges for Islam?
in response to reader comment: Do not fully agree

Submitted by Motty (Canada), Aug 3, 2007 at 01:07

Alb, you compare Christians and Jews under American Constitution, and Muslims under the same. You do not perceive the major difference.

Christians and Jews embrace American freedoms. Those that came from their countries of origin, largely respect their native cultures, but not a single Christian or Jew would ever be disloyal to America.

In contrast, religious Muslim immigrants come here with the purpose of bringing American life to the "higher" level of Islam. They disdain American way of life. They see the American Constitution as a disgrace of humanity. They are not only disloyal, they are actively subversive.

Also economically, they do not strive to contribute to American wealth. Rather, as a rule, they are looking for hand-outs and welfare. It does not cross their minds that welfare comes from taxes of the working people.

Bottom line, Islam is not another benign and different culture. We, Christians and Jews, as well as native Americans, have to watch out. It is getting late in a hurry. America, as we know it, may be overwhelmed and defeated.


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