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Obama is lying about his Islamic past! WHY?

Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?

Submitted by King Kong (United States), Mar 10, 2008 at 19:13

I grew up in Jakarta and knew the Menteng area of Obama's family very well. Obama's former school, the Besuki school, is NOW an elite school attended by affluent homeowners, although not as prestigious as the nearby Al Azhar school financed by radical Wahabists from Saudi Arabia (which is truly a breeding ground for Islamic terrorists, as recently admitted by Gus Dur, Chairman of a moderate Islamic Party).

However, back then in 1967, the quality of Besuki school was much below the Catholic school firstly attended by Obama. Therefore, it would not make any sense to move young Obama from a good Catholic school to the lower-ranking Besuki school, EXCEPT for getting an education in Islamic religion and so becoming a true Muslim.

Thus, the move must have been well-thought and well-planned by the parents. In fact, it does not matter too much for the American people, whether or not Obama is a Muslim. What really matters is the fact that Obama is blatantly LYING about his Muslim past, claiming that "I've always been a Christian and have never practised Islam." This is a strong indication, he is a closet Muslim practising al-Taqiya (lying to Non-Muslims in order to secretly prepare a treason).


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