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Reader comment on item: [The Canadian Islamic Congress:] An Islamist Apology

Submitted by Nissim Avraham (Canada), Jul 19, 2005 at 16:08

You can count on these organizations to say the wrong things every time. Funny how people who came to North America on the pretexts of refugees and they all came this way are turning against their hosting countries. The misery in the Muslim world is the fault of their leaders, and if they are such defenders of Muslim people they should go back to where they came from and fight for their people's freedom. One would ask the simplest question to any Muslim, in the last 100 years who killed more Muslims than Muslims themselves? Nobody. You can start counting the million that were killed in the Iran Iraq war in the 1980s. Then count the hundred of thousands of Shia Iraqis that Sadam killed. They should look themselves in the mirror and see the real culprit of their people. We should remind them time and again that no one kills Muslims more than Muslims themselves. Look at the killing in Iraq. One would think these people are crazy, they insist day in and day out to kill more and more of their own people in the name of Islam. We do not have to call for rounding Muslims they will bring it themselves; you can be sure about it

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