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Yes, I do not believe Obama and is NOT b/c of his Islamic past experience (There are moderate muslijms)

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Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Apr 4, 2009 at 11:32

"...This in turn makes me think that the view of Obama is not based in ignorance but in disbelief, something that he will find difficult to overcome.

Not necessarily addressing his religion or personal; preference for, one thing is right.

I do not believe him. Also, every time I listen to his wife, the same feeling comes up.

I do not believe them in several spheres, regardless the Muslim Issue.

And, before the victimhood of the extreme far left and people of color comes up, it is not b/c he is 6.25 % black or Muslim.

They simply do NOT inspire me trust.

Starting from Obama speeches and this economic package. I do NOT believe him. And to be honest, a professor of mine, his delegate also cited in class that things came up that he did not expect. He left on hold.

And,

I'm not a Radical Muslim or an Islamist, and for carrying honor I must say here (I have to say otherwise I would be wrong with the G-d of Israel).

There are YES moderate Muslims. Since coming to this country, two Muslims who knew we were supporters of Israel, helped us in key issues, which helped us finally to stay in the US- as a result of opportunities and appointments.

We came perfectly legal with invitation of an American Company, but further opportunities were given in our hands like falling from the Sky, thanks to a man from India and two Muslims (Pakistan)- in the high tech area.

Also, I helped Muslims, in a vain hope for peace in the University, but they were far below brilliant. Not even with their Islamist help they will be in honorable places.(actually I helped 4, but three of them betrayed me) The last one, we helped eachother (He was from Europe and kind as a flower).

MY point is though the Muslims that helped us far more than any Jew, moving his tuckhess. (Yet of course, when it comes to ask for Tsedakah- they appear).

So, there are moderate Muslims, beyond what was presented in this platform and therefore, I do not trust Obama, regardless of his past Islamic experience.

Thanks

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