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Dear Sir David H McLeish

Reader comment on item: Combating the Ideology of Radical Islam
in response to reader comment: How do I fight back against radical Islam

Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Jan 6, 2008 at 21:32

In my opinion, the best way to start is by joining groups that fight the cited plague, not only by answering their alerts in a matter of taking action (e.g. Writing to your congressmen), but also when reading their articles and supporting them through donations and voluntary work.

A good starting point is by going against CAIR, an Islamist organization, terrorist supporter and abider, un-professional liar that wants to replace your constitution by the infamous deplorable Islamic Shariah, along with that publication named the Kuran. CAIR blackmail Washington and through a series of law suits want those who disclose the real bestiality of their kind, be silenced. For that:

http://www.americansagainsthate.org/cw/ (CAIR Watch is in need of volunteers).



Then connect yourself in all possible manners, diligently:


Supports as cited above to:




Enough Start.All the Best of Luck and thank you for existing. I wish we could find more Americans, in a daily basis, like you.

This is what shows that really this is the most developed nation in the civilization history, NOT the Islamist Arab...


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