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Reader comment on item: Spreading Islam in American Public Schools
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Submitted by Michael Raad (United States), Mar 31, 2008 at 19:54

My family are from Middle East. I grew up in a fanatic Muslim family. But thanks God, Iwhen we came to America, we converted quickly to Christianity.

Islam was and still is very much dictated against the will of all the believers. The history of Islam is bloody striff, coersion, manslaughters, and dark age rules. The most fanatic Muslim you see today, are the result of the greatest heinous act of geneocide commited against them, forcing them to Islamization. And when the law of the land turns to the hands of Islam, all are killed except those who are too little to defend their adults.

For example: when you see a Pakistani confessing his Islamic revelation, remind him about the biggest bloodshed occured against that Hindu-Christian community by the Islamic invadors= more of what today we see and witness occuriong in Darfur, Sudan by Arab Muslims against the Christians, Nubians, and few Muslims in the name of Islamizations. Chritianity, and Judaisim florished in Middle East, until the rise of Islam. Where are those to great faith toady. Not that Islam is better, but more aggressor, more brutal, more Bediun religion of the desert.

Michael Reed


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