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Out with the Terrorists

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?

Submitted by Ralph Thompson (United Kingdom), Jul 27, 2005 at 21:25

I cannot agree more with your comments. I am a 27 year old man who is not remotely interested in religion. Well, not until now.

Who are these people who dare seek asylum in this country, with the intention of blowing as many of us up as possible!? How dare they come here and be supported by good people like me who pay honest tax to support them who want to kill us all, whilst they claim they will be killed if they get sent home!

Who is this god who is telling them they will go to paradise for blowing up, dismembering, and beheading good people like me. . The only place they will go is hell. If there is one, it was designed for terrorists. Certainly not paradise like they think.

All terrorists should get out of this country now, the country who puts a roof over their heads and feeds them for nothing!

Like I said at the start, I am not remotely interested in religion. But now I am being drawn into it because of these horrific acts.

Please reply, I am sure I'm not the only fuming non-religious person in Britain
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