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Religious Conference Indeed!!

Reader comment on item: American Border Secrets

Submitted by Arlinda DeAngelis (United States), Apr 26, 2005 at 22:52

None are so blind and those that will not see. The ACLU uses such high profile cases to enhance their public image. They want their name out there, the security of this nation notwithstanding.

Religious conferences are the perfect arena for Islamists to raise money, to recruit terrorists, to spread the hate, to spread anti-semitism. Dr. Pipes is absolutely correct that a lawsuit accepted by the court could have profound implications for homeland security to monitor the comings and goings of those that would kill us and those that support those who would kill us.

How many more September 11ths are we going to have before we wise up to these so called religious gatherings? They're religious gatherings alright but fundamentalist Islam is all about totalitarianism and that's what brought nineteen hijackers to America to kill us.

Islamists are a clever lot. They can do their thing, which is to destroy us and our way of life, under the protection of the Bill of Rights which is the antithesis of everything for which they stand. We cannot allow them the freedom to plan and execute our demise. This is Twenty-first century and our enemies are out to annihilate us. Giving them a forum in the courts is the last thing we should permit.

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