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RE: Syed Mohammad Ali's "Positive Sites About Islam" & "Globalresearch.ca"

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in response to reader comment: i have given many more positive sites about islam

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Sep 3, 2007 at 23:57


Truly "'Positive' Sites About Islam" do not exist.

Sure, they appear to exist, but that is only a false front they have put on after 9/11 when they had to purge all the violent jihad related material you could access from them. And it was ALL of them, with one or two apparent exceptions out of hundreds. And I say "apparent," because those "exceptions" had no external links, and the websites were small or in development, so my guess is that if they ever got to finish them then they too would be like all the others.

I don't think all Muslims are that bad, at least I hope they are not. But their leadership is, for certain! Sure, you have Sheikh Palazzi, but he is a minority of one. That is what we call, "the exception that proves the rule."

So, syed mohammad ali can't pull the wool over my eyes, because I was looking at a lot of Muslim websites before 9/11. I found them all to be cut from the same terrorist cloth. Whatever they have on those websites now is not the truth about what they really believe. I know it to be true.

Also, regarding "globalreasearch.ca" I used to use them as reference material years ago, but haven't since I found them unreliable in reporting certain issues I am familiar with. And, if they tell me things that I know are false, how can I be sure if what they say that I don't know about is true?

Also, they seem to share the agenda of the far-Left, and that immediately tells me they will be spinning whatever they say to conform to that agenda. So, it's no surprise that a Muslim who supports terrorists and those who would undermine America's efforts to stop terrorists would cite such a source.

NOTE: "globalresearch.ca" is NOT to be confused with "Global Research In International Affairs" (the GLORIA center) directed by Barry Rubin, which is a credible institution.


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