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Reader comment on item: Americans Wake Up to Islamism

Submitted by Muslimk*** (United Kingdom), Sep 7, 2010 at 09:06

It is too early to say that civilized people are winning to prevent building of colonial cordoba mosque in New York.The people in New York should get massive support from politicians of both main stream parties to prevent this medieval gothic structure going up at all.If not they should start a tea party with the help of Sarah Palin to wake up the population to the cause of banning gothic structure.

I am afraid that I don't agree with assumption of Mr.Pipes that there are two factions of Islamic cult i.e Extremist and Moderate. But in fact all muslims are same in sheep's clothing bent upon destruction of western and Asian civilization and to impose their sharia laws and medieval civilization on the civilized people.It is imperative that both factions should be attacked head on to prevent their aim of imposing their medieval culture and uncivilized sharia law and their bribing culture of conversion of civilized people especially African-Americans and other minorities.


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