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Dhimmi - ILF

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Submitted by Salah Ali (Norway), Dec 12, 2009 at 06:09

Iraqi uranium (no matter what was the intention of Saddam with it since you monopolize power) has been sold to Canada. The promises to rebuild Iraq, have turned into a Vatican-size embassy ib Baghdad. I eyewitnessed blackwater steal the gold of the Clock museum (Saddam's own museum) in Baghdad. If Saddam were a dictator and a thief why you supported him first against Iran and lynched him because he threatened Kuwait oil with the intention of rebuilding and expanding Arab power. If you condemn a thief, why you steal yourself (This YOU is intended to neocons and their supporters, not the USA and English soldiers who were used as a tool). Why you put yourself as a judge to the world and not live and leave others to live? It is the double-standard policy you employ that calls for hatred.

You cannot put an end to a faith like Islam but isn't that stupid to put it in the bull's eye and expecting Muslims to keep silent? I am not particularly a Muslim but an Arab who believe in liberalism and free-expression but you killed the seed of a secular Arab state in Iraq and encouraged Mullas of Iran to unterfere in Iraqi affairs. Army leaders admit that. Isn't that stupid? Think to yourself: why Bush and neocons invaded Iraq with the support of most of the West, was it for democracy or oil and hegemony? The result is all that blood. You believed a thief like Ahmad Jalabi and so many clergy with whom Bremer exchanged kisses! We see all these contradictions and contrast and build our views accordingly. You cannot disbelieve in what you see and experience: The demonization of a secular regime has only brought chaos and entropy into Iraq with so many killed and sent into a voluntary exile. The bloody themmi no more thinks I like to be a refugee in the West. Say who killed Iraqi scholars and forced them out of their homes and ordinary life with families and friends. Iraq was stable but serving the kurds and the Zionists at the expense of Arab majority is no democracy. We see it as aggression. Saddam rebuilt Iraq but you destroyed it: We used to have the finest medical staff in the whole Middle East, now most doctors escaped because fanatics who USA claim to fight are back in the puppet Iraq government and in the streets.

You cannot have your haircut but according to fanatics dictation and girls cannot walk without hijab even Christians who are the most peaceful people and mostly Baathists were threatened and assassinated by Kurs gangs just because the latter wanted them to seek their protection. The seat of magnificent culture Babylon has been largely destroyed by USA tanks. Open youtube ot flickr search and seek info on USA atrocities. The way Hummvie are driven in Mosul streets? The arbitrary killing of Nosoor civilians by Blackwater, the insult of young Iraqi girls by those bloody cutthroats? What you expect us to think and to say? Be just for once and look at the other side of the coin though both are stained with blood! I am recommentin on my comment just to make some points clear but if once again you deny these truth and the outcomes they created< you are taking the aggressive side and then I cannot deal with you but as an enemy. It is more than logical then to view the Swiss act or the Danish dirt as aggression. Arabs are the ones who can best understand the Qur'an because it is Arabic and in Arabic form and meaning are entertwined. We believe in the Qur'an as our innermost identity, something in the grains. And you cannot feel that so you leasurely mince word of criticism and suspicion on our book. can't you understand that we deny any logic that attacks the Qur'an even if it is God himself?

It is our identity and you request us by cold logic to deny our identity! ... If they come to read it they just deny it roots and branches as Kuffur. so you talk to yourself, or to people like me. New understanding should shiore us at convictions and understanding and the best understanding is that of the other. We may not agrre but let's us agree to disagree and keep each to his world. but this the West doesn't like. Moslems are bound to their homelands and it is you who go there, invade, kill and steal under the name of democracy

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