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Strongly and respectfuly disagree

Reader comment on item: Let Refugees Remain in Their Own Culture Zones
in response to reader comment: Accepting refugees

Submitted by Michael Hanni Morcos (Canada), Sep 25, 2013 at 22:42

From my personal experience in Cairo-attending Jesuits college and getting private tuttoring fron Al-Azhar to learn Arabic---Many of my fellow mates were either Mubros or Al-kaiida affiliates that turned out to be dctors,engenieers ,lawyers,etc,,like Osama Bin Laden-engenier..Morsi -U.S. graduate-engenier-present leader A.zawhiiri--doctorAnd the List goes on and on to present - the point is those top people are very well educated --and in my humble opinion that makes them more dangerous and evily clever---for example they are working on vaccines that would gradually kill you and they come out like a benevolent Mamma Theresa,,,Another endevor is hard to detect transplants with remote control to blow up..Ironicaly they are Western educated and dangerously Evil,and very clever ,so they are very hard to detect,,,,It would be alot safer not to let Any Moslems in-as the ideology does not discriminate between well-educated and iliterates or very wealthy or living on 50 piastres a day....Just as the well-educated and the wealty are more dangerous as they are more controling and abusive,

Thank You.


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