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Can a Muslim be a Loyal American Soldier. I say no, Not as long as they Serve Allah.

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Submitted by Anne (United States), Jul 21, 2011 at 10:41

As long a soldier remains true to Allah and the Koran, they will not be Loyal to American Principles and ethics. They have to love America and our flag, our freedoms, and our principles, and most of them have nothing but contempt for the U.S. military and the honorable soldiers who serve America.....The values of Islam to kill infidels wherever they may find them, and ambush them, just like it says in the Koran, shows there will never be peace and harmony for very long. A lot of Muslims enlist in the U.S. army to committ Jihad, get a paycheck, and try to brainwash other officers to switch to the Islamic faith....The exposure of Maj. Nidal Hassan told us volumes about so-called loyal muslim soldiers. As long as they hate, they do not deserve to serve alongside dedicated, loyal American Soldiers!

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