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Imam Ahmed Syeed Ali Muhammed, enemy of America

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Mar 26, 2008 at 16:27

Since the attack on the "Twin Towers" in New York on Sept 11, 2001, more people are studying the "The Glorious Qur'an", and when I went to purchase a Qur'an, the Book Stores were sold out, and I had to wait for several weeks. The most significant information regarding this heinous attack, is that it was masterminded by Osama bin Laden and Imad Mugniyeh, true Muslims. Naturally, Muslim responders are attempting to change history, and are blaming the USA for perpetrating this atrocious attack.

On reading articles on Daniel Pipes web site, I find that more contributors are quoting from "The Glorious Qur'an", and are having a very negative opinion of Islam. I find it ridiculous that Muslim contributors continue to practice "taqiyya" by telling us that Islam is a "religion of peace". If you read as many history books as I have, you would be embarrassed by contributing such a foolish article. In conclusion, I believe that an American, who is an adult, converted to the religion that caused 100 billion dollars damage in New York, the death of 2,974 American citizens and now is proud of being a Muslim, is outrageous. I would suggest that the Americans wake up and throw their enemies out of their country, for more Islamic attacks on their way.


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