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Two types of muslim

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Submitted by eggshen (United States), Jun 23, 2010 at 01:59

It seems to me that there are essentially two types of Muslim. The first kind is the type that declares all non-Muslims as "heretics" and try to kill them, i.e. terrorists, aka religious extremists.

The second kind are the ones that tell all non-Muslims how they do not condone the killing, and that the Koran does not say to kill people, and that Islam is a religion of peace.

How strange. One group that hates and kills, and another that hates and lies. This reminds me of some type of demented "good cop, bad cop" scenario, with the clerics at the top instructing and encouraging each group to continue confusing all non-Muslims.

I have known many Muslims at school and different jobs. Muslim women are generally very pleasant, and who wouldn't be after a lifetime of brainwashing? Muslim men are very reclusive, and in general only interact with other Muslims on a social level.

9/11 happened people. Muslims did it. They hate Americans. End of story. The want to kill your husband and your sons. They want to sell your wife and daughters to the highest bidder. Women have no rights in Islam. Ignore the whole property argument because a woman really belongs to a man (her father/brother/brother-in-law) if her husband dies. Therefore so does "her" property.

The clerics of Islam see American discrimination as a weakness. They know we feel guilty about discriminating against people when they are different. The know we blame all Muslims for 9/11 AND that we feel guilty about doing it. Therefore the whole "good guy" act from "nice" Muslims. Just using our own feelings of guilt against us.

Wake up and see the lie for what it is.


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