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Reader comment on item: Spreading Islam in American Public Schools

Submitted by Larry Wood (United States), Nov 25, 2004 at 14:15

We can thank Clinton's policies of appeasement, and the Democrats' policies of divisiveness to retain power at any cost. Of course, we cannot overlook our President's policy of ignoring Saudi Arabia's role in ridding itself of a radical opposition by exporting this abhorrence to the U.S.

How is it that in this country we can have a religion that openly advocates the overthrow of the constitutional republic openly? Yet, this same religion is allowed to come into our childrens' classrooms and lie?

The Koran is a means to mobilize those with an axe to grind by giving them a holy justifiction to eliminate their perceived oppressors. No wonder the fundamentalist form of this religion does so well in prisons.

Our way of life is under attack. The libs support Islam as a counter to their anything but Christian phobia foolishly believing that Islam, not Christianity is the religion of peace. Are they in for a surprise.

The reality of the Muslim immigration into western society is the burgeoning birth rate versus the negative birth rate of western nations. We are killing our young before they are born, we are destroying the family, but the Muslim world sees this stupidity as opportunity. Fundamentalist Islam is on the move, and, unless there is a resurgence of a respect for life, there will be a very serious fight in this country when Islam becomes strong enough to challenge by other than a ballot box. . . .

Militant Islam is not a religion of peace, it is a religion of war and conquest. Fundamentalist Islam is absolutely INTOLERANT of anything not Islam. Submit or die is the creed.

Wake up America, or die.

Larry Wood,
Palmer, Alaska

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