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Ameica's Crash Course on Islam

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Submitted by Donald W. Bales (United States), Sep 11, 2007 at 20:00

How many Muslims are there? 1.3 billion.
How many are radical Islamists? Is it 1%? Is it 10%?
How many non-radical Muslims tacitly support (by not actively opposing) terrorism? By terrorism I mean indiscriminately killing women and children and out of uniform civilian men.
How many Muslims oppose the tactics used by al Qaeda, the Taliban or other groups?
How much money do the radical Muslims have access to?
How much oil do they have access to?
How many Christians are there? 1.9 billion, but many of them are nominal or CINO's.
How many countries recognize the danger from radical Islamists?
How many people recognize the danger from radical Islamists?
How many people believed Hitler when he wrote in "Mein Kampf" what he was going to do and how many believed what he said to the German people?
How many believe what the Iranian leader says or what Usama bin Laden says he plans to do?
How many Europeans are willing to fight to defend their countries from the invasion of Muslims by immigration and reproduction and against terrorist acts by Muslims from within and from without?

Donald W. Bales, Kingsport, Tn.


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