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Submitted by Nicolas from France (France), Jun 7, 2011 at 14:05

I agree 100% with the answers you gave us about the reasons of turning to islam. The environment? of course, my muslim friends are always trying to "sell " their religion. It is better to be "lost" or in a wrong way with as much as possible fellows isn't??

But for me, the main reason is the frustration of some of us (western people). Islam (Holy books and many predicators or believers) show you the scapegoats who may be responsable of your state of frustration.

Americans, let me advice you something please. They are 3% muslim of the US population...no more. Around 10 or 15 % will mean destabilization of your way of life, insecurity of your future.

Sorry for my English! and Bravo, I'm happy to know that Americans are much less naive than us (in Europe) about those problems.

Maybe, one day in Europe, we will need a ally to deliver us from the "green" fascism, but please, don't do it again!!! We don't deserve it !

PS : I don't hate muslim people, but this religion is not peaceful, and it is always making troubles (when it's in contact with other cultures) all over the world : Africa, India, China, Russia, Europe.

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