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08, Still waiting for the "good muslims" to speak against islamofacists !

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Sep 15, 2008 at 10:41

There is a continueous absence of talk against "radical islam" by the good muslims.

The 7 th aniversary of the September 11 th attacks on non muslims has just passed. There is a scary lack of speaking out against the bad muslims by the good ones.

(Sept 15, 08) With the U.S. Presidencial election only a month and a half away, it would be perfect if Senator Obama spoke out against his sharia law promoting cousin or the abuse done in the name of islam or his racist anti Israel preacher or talk harshly about c.a.i.r. or he could talk at length about how the enemies of Israel are wrong and that Israel should be protected.

Senator Obama could say that the attacks on America on September the eleventh and the bombing of British buses was done not because of the wests' support of Israel but rather because we refuse to submit to allah, the koran, and mohammed.

There are hundreds of millions of good muslims, I just wish we would hear from more of them.

The sad part is good muslims get blamed for what the islamofacists do. The extra sad part is the silence of the nice muslims, mistakenly gets thought of by non muslims as there are no good muslims


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