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in response to reader comment: The Medieval Mentality of this Devout Muslim

Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Sep 17, 2007 at 16:41

Mr. Sandler,

Thank you!! I've been following this literary soap-opera also; while it's been interesting and occasionally informative, I've been subconsciously, it turns out, waiting for an objective 'voice of reason' with regards to "why doesn't this guy get it?" You hit the nail on the head. However, I think it bears mentioning our dear Amir perhaps has recieved some 'seeds' of thought that, although the complexity obviously eludes him at the moment, sometime in the future may perhaps gradually sink in.

One glaring example of his 'divorced from reality' mentality is accusations of Christians being 'ruled by their emotions, that's why your minds are not opperating correct'. Compare: After 9-11, the multiple-Muslim-country fanatical dancing-in-the street celebration. After the fall of Saddam, where were the fanatical Christians dancing-in-the-street? Figure that one out, Amir. Oh no, he probably would. Enough. -JS


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