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Islamaphobia exists for a reason -their recent resume

Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
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Submitted by Scot (United States), Feb 23, 2008 at 18:03

Obama states that he would sit down with the leaders of the Arab world and hear their "grievances and concerns. Let's see--we buy their oil--they get rich from it. It is rather naive to "talk" with heads of state at their whim and beckon call. The Arabs --for the most part---want Israel dead and then the US.

Death to America in Lebanon and Syria and camps here and there. Is this what we want for the United States to "talk"? Isalmaphobia exists Anne, becuase of its resume. The bombings in Spain, England, Chehneya attacks on an ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, the beheading of reporters of Al-Jazeera not to mention 9-11 or high jackings courtesy of Arafat and his crew in the 70's. Let's not forget the US MARINES killed in Lebanon in 82 either. As one Muslim said" Islam is beautiful religion, Muslims are the most horrible creatures on all God's Earth!"

Yes--I saw that for myself FROM A MUSLIM! By your fruits you will know people, and we cannot afford to allow this to penetrate the country more than it already has. I think this is a sad time for America and one day you will weep as well, Anne.


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