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He was a Muslim, and he was an AMERICAN

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Submitted by invisible eye (United Arab Emirates), Feb 25, 2009 at 00:23

why are people concentrating on him being a muslim? is that his ONLT trait? is he not an American?

all denominations are involved in "violent" behavior. Can we forget lynching in the 40's, 50's, and sixties by the KKK? or hate crimes in Europe by the New Nazis? or slavery? its all violence. NO exceptions.

This was just one man who committed a crime. There is no need to punish a good-cause TV station because of one man's folly. besides, INNOCENT until proven GUILTY. Its the American way...

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