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Muslims are relative new-comers to the US compared to Europe.

Reader comment on item: Which Has More Islamist Terrorism, Europe or America?

Submitted by M.D'Souza (United States), Jul 2, 2008 at 18:42

Muslims have been invading and occupying Europe for centuries. They start out in small enclaves. Their prolific population growth puts a demand on them to expand their territory through terror tactics. This makes the native populations move out and leave the Muslims alone.

That's what has happened from Europe to Asia and beyond.

Muslims are relative new-comers to the US. They have yet to gain a foot-hold to start their acquiring territory through terror. The 'politically correct' mentality of our politicians, law enforcement personnel, and especially the liberal mainstream media enables the Islamists. That's the reason why the Islamic terror incidents in the US are either down-played and even ignored, lest Americans rise up against them.

Patience is a virtue of the Muslims. They are able to wait for centuries to take over a place through terror. US will experience the same Islamic terror as is happening elsewhere.


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