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Wondered why Muslims are in support of Obama

Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?

Submitted by JihadWatch (United States), Dec 29, 2007 at 20:25

While talking casually with a neighbor and her friend (both Muslims from Jordan), I was surprised why they were in total support of Obama instead of Clinton (as I was - I wanted to support Girl Power, I guess). They were raving about him.

Now I am wondering like some of you, is Obama one of those who is pretending to be ONE of us until the time comes. Is he denying his Muslim background as Mohammad had taught his followers to do in order to take advantage of the us the "unbelievers"?

Having come from Muslim dominated country and knowing what Muslims are capable of, I am highly suspicious of Obama. He seems to say everything right but his background gives me the uneasy feeling. It is part of the Muslim belief that one can lie and do anything (even deny their own religion) to appease everyone until they become strong enough to overtake us. Look at what is happening in Europe, they came with nothing and now they are demanding everything including attempts at implementing their barbaric sharia laws in the courts. It is sickening and scary and I think that we should all be very worried.....


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