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Islam and the U.S.

Reader comment on item: [Breivik and] Norway's Terrorism in Context
in response to reader comment: ...DREAMING ABOUT RADICALS.

Submitted by Niyaz (Sri Lanka), Aug 2, 2011 at 02:23

Since the fall of communism, the most spoken subject of today is ISLAM. The west identify it as radical and moderate . I am a muslim who tolerate all and everything because it is the human nature to love, hate, agree ,disagree, compromise, share in common in this world.

Coming to the point why many muslims hate America( mind you Americans, I mean ordinery people are caring and loving lot let us admit).It is the US Govt. and its Institutions from time known create havoc in the world . In recent times in the name of and behind the curtain of democracy the US invaded Muslim countries, killed many muslims for its own cause.Added to this some of our muslim dictators too supports the US. It is geopolitics.

To begin with the Palastine Issue is one which deserves everybody's attention.But who cares .There is no oil but mind you the Gas supply in Gaza the Israelis eyeing on.The US invaded Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya , Somaliya , may be Iran later to make sure oil flows for America continuously.The killing and creating such havoc made some muslims to react.Write or wrong , The US is the cause for muslim extremism. Islam is brotherhood, therefore all muslims anywhere in the world are brothers. Hurting one hurts all. The US do not see this point.

Leave the muslim world alone. Terrorism will die. Solve the Palastine problem because it is created by the West. If US advocates Peace and Justice then deliver to the deserving people. The US may be right somewhere but comparing to the wrongs done , it is negligible. LET THE WORLD LIVE IN PEACE.


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