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Response to comment by Terrence Quirin

Reader comment on item: [Freedom House report on] Saudi Venom in U.S. Mosques

Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Feb 4, 2005 at 09:01

Your astute comments remind me of a saying from India that I read in Nobel Laureate Sir V. S.Naipaul's books. It says "a muslim is never truthful"; of course the translation does not capture the nuances of the saying but you get the drift. Your comments are in agreement with what has been known in India for centurires.

I would highly recommend reading the two books by V. S. Naipaul, viz., "Among the Believers" and "Beyond Belief" and M.J. Akber's, "Shades of the Sword" to understand the dangers of Islam to America and humanity.
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