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Will America change Saudia?

Reader comment on item: Obama's Misplaced Mideast Optimism
in response to reader comment: Obama is confused and is confusing

Submitted by Angel (Indonesia), Oct 25, 2011 at 19:12

When I can believe that United State of America rhetorika to be the leader of anti islamist terrorism? I will believe, whenever the US can change the "Shariah Wahabi" state of Saudia Arabia to be a secular state, where non muslim and women have equal rights as in the non muslim states. Means, non muslims in Saudia Arabia has similar rights as arab people in the US, non muslim allow to build churches, temple or whatever religious worship places, women walk freely with their own dress code or drive alone. If not, I guess The US president better not to make rhetorika to eradicate islamists while at the same time always behave like a guardian of Arab Saudian.

The US policy to support people in the Middle East (Majority muslim) from dictatorism (Who support secularism) and apply democracy, may unlease muslim population to polarize islamism. For example in Libya, it's very clear this Libya military general is is an islamist and may install a shariah state of Libya. What is the US policy to prevent it to happen?

Obama, from his father's gene is a muslim. Do not forget blood is thicker then any liquid. So there is no surprise if one day Obama will be very famous to help many shariah states to exist in every corner of the world. Unless Obama policy will eradicate all shariah states in anyway possible, including eradicate the shariah state of Saudia Arabia, then I will believe that the current of president of the United State is an anti islamist terrorist.


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