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The fear in the heart of the Americans

Reader comment on item: Bush Declares War on Radical Islam

Submitted by f. shawki (United States), Oct 13, 2005 at 23:02

President Bush and even Dr. Pipes preach that Islam is a peaceful relegion.
I wonder why ? ...So many Americans are still defending Islam as if it has nothing to do with these terrorists. Being politicaly correct will never help in this matter in particular. As a matter of fact it make the situation worse.

America does not want to face the truth that Islam urge their followers to fight and conquer the infidels in the name of their Allah to spread Islam all over the world. The moslems has a plan to implant fear in the heart of infidels. With the terror spread all over the world, America is in fear of the Moslems. Even the people who claim that they are free, cannot speak the truth.
Moslems are enjoiing the fear in your hearts.
If you try to hide from the truth,the moslems will take advantage of the situation and spread their influence till it becomes too late to do any thing about it. At this time you will know the real ...Islam as it is practiced in the islamic countries.
These Islamic countries were Christian before.

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