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Muslims in the US Army

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Submitted by Anil K. Sarkar. MD (United States), Jul 17, 2011 at 12:13

Arabia is the homeland of every Muslim, irrespective of where he is born or lives. For the American Muslims the USA is a foreign land and the non-Muslim Americana are the enemies. African-American Muslim, Marine Sergeat Akbar while on duty in Kuwait in 2003 killed his sleeping colleagues and said, " You come to my ountry to destroy my religin." Still our STUPID govt. keeps the Muslims in our army. Every Muslim is a potential bin Laden, but our uneducated leaders cannot see that. Every Muslim in our army is a danger.

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