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If you are muslim you are suspect

Reader comment on item: [Brandon Mayfield Case:] "If You Are Muslim, You Are Suspect"

Submitted by Derek John (Canada), Jun 1, 2004 at 13:36

Yes, I do agree with the above statement. If you are muslim, you should be suspect until proven innocent. After all, it is muslims who are threatening to kill Americans, and it is muslims who killed 3000 Americans on 911. Again it is muslims who are more than 95% responsible for the terrorist activities all over the world. People say that these acts are perpetrated by only a fringe of Islamic fanatics.

If that is so, then where are the supposedly overwhelming moderate muslim voices? Besides a few faint voices of dissent there is complete silence in the muslim world. This makes these so called moderates guilty of the same acts of evil perpetrated by their brethren. Silence is complicity in murder and there is no such thing as a moderate muslim. We are sick and tired of these so called moderates and their apologists blaming these terrorists for hijacking their faith and doing nothing about it. We are past the point where they have been fooling the world all along. Besides, do these apologists think that the Justice department is made up of people who have God like qualities to know who is a bad muslim or a good muslim? These are excuses made to condone the acts of their brothers in crime and the lid is off on their secret agenda, which is to islamicize the world. People who believe this garbage put out by these apologists will unfortunately pay the price for their stupidity. Remember the Trojan war, and how the Greeks entered Troy by way of the Trojan horse. This is a good lesson to learn from history.

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