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2nd response to Jacob Carmiel

Reader comment on item: Radical Islam's Hypocrisy

Submitted by Alain Jean-Mairet (Switzerland), Jan 23, 2005 at 15:51

Mr. Carmiel may very well be right with his note about the fact that Malaysia wasn't invaded by any armies.

But he's off base, for there's no need of what we usually consider an army to terrorize and intimidate people, as inhabitants of New York and Washington learned in September 2001; and as American Copts (http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/398) have to endure today in the United States of America, after having suffered the same terror in Egypt; and as countless people are bearing all around the world (www.danielpipes.org/art/cat/40).

And it is true that if Americans were "tolerant enough" to just accept straight away Muslim supremacy in their country, and become Muslims, or dhimmis (www.dhimmitude.org), they would spare them some amount of terror.

Oh well, now we will be told that we are actually calling for terror...

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