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Islamic roots of Obama

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Submitted by Rebecca Moulds (United States), Dec 7, 2008 at 02:56

Until Barack Obama admits that he was a Muslim, this controversy will not end. Does he remain silent on this issue because he is afraid? We are all waiting for him to admit his first faith, even though he said himself that he converted to Christianity in his 20's. A conversion indicates a former belief, therefore it is simple logic. If he is aware of the threats by such Islamists as Hassan Abu Al-Ashbal, he is not making this public. The longer the silence, the more that people will believe that Obama may still be a Muslim, and he will soon trip over those loosely-tied shoelaces.

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