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Reader comment on item: Waging Jihad Through the American Courts

Submitted by Susan (United States), Mar 20, 2010 at 22:57

Thank you Dr. Pipes for this informative and fascinating glimpse into legal jihad. Our courts are one of their favorite venues to advertise their putative victimhood and persecution, both of which are virtually non-existent. But until they can shut up everyone who understands Islam and challenges them, the lawsuits will continue. I truly believe the "flying imams" event of a few years ago was 100% contrived for the purpose of filing lawsuits against the airlines and passengers. It was a test to see how much money they could scam and to try to intimidate passengers and airline personnel into being afraid to report unusual or threatening behavior by Muslims.

It is outrageous for Muslims to exploit our legal system to advance their insidsious goals. They have conveniently and deviously arrogated the "civil rights violation" mantra to justify their treachery in an effort to portray themselves as a beleaguered minority fighting for equal rights in evil, racist America. This begs the question: Why did they voluntarily emigrate to such an oppressive place? America was a much safer and more pleasant place before they began arriving in droves from their retrograde hellholes, dragging their enslaved women and Islamic baggage behind them.


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