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final response to mr akhtar and a comment on edward

Reader comment on item: Bush Declares War on Radical Islam
in response to reader comment: The Hypocrisy of Islam

Submitted by gary (United States), Oct 17, 2005 at 17:53

mr akhtar, as i read your responses to the people who have written responses to your comments, i am starting to get a strange gut feeling. let me point out to you that i do collection work as a profession and i am trained in attention to detail as a means of judging whether i am being told the truth by the debtors that i contact. one important fact of the commentaries which you post on this website, is that you make up things as you go along that have no basis in fact, i.e. the koran and mohammed have nothing to do with islam, or wahabiists dont follow the koran. and i am starting to get the impression that these statements are not simply made out of ignorance of facts, but of a concerted effort on your part to spread disinformation.

i will not try to blow my own horn, but i have saved the companies i've worked for millions of dollars because my gut instinct is pretty good. and also let me point out that i am very familiar with the art of infiltrating websites, acting as a friend only to find out later that this friendship only existed to obfuscate the facts. as i am almost positive you will respond to this post with yet more disinformation, i, at least, will ignore your posts as i feel you are part of the islamic fifth column in this country and youve been found out which makes your posts moot. and the fact that the koran states that you have a right to decieve the "non believer" before you murder them fits in perfect harmony with my comments.

as for edward, you may have given a great deal of thought to your post but let me try to point out a few pertinent observations. you claim that moslems give money quietly as to be humble in their righteousness. but it seems to me that the saudis made very little effort to cover up their aid to suicide bombers' families. i guess we could then attribute this to selective altruism. and if you can show me where these generous moslems have ever given money to help out a western society in time of need, i would greatly appreciate having this knowledge. i can think of a few exceptions to the rule and that is when the saudi prince offered money to mayor guliani after 9/11. this of course was found out to be more in line with changing american policy towards israel then compassion for the people of new york and the great guliani saw through this in about 5 seconds and told him in a diplomatic way what he could do with the money. also the iranian government offered to send us 20 million barrels of oil after the katrina disaster which would have been a drastic departure from the normal islamic attitude towards the west, but of course to get this oil we would have to drop the sanctions against them for criminally kidnapping our countrymen in 1979. the moslem it seems never does anything without a self serving agenda. some kind of altruism. and so much different then what you point out we do.

my final example on this particular phase of the discussion is that, and i dont know if you are aware of this, but several weeks ago an ambassador from india went to jordan to meet an arab delegation to discuss the backing of india as a permanent member of the united nations security council. he was met with this response from the arab delegation, some of which represented to so-called "moderate" arab states. yes we will back you, BUT only if you sever ties with israel. yet another self serving agenda, but i suppose in your eyes thats only business.

and one final comment to mr ahktar, be it known to you that wherever i go and whomever i come in contact with, i will spread the insights of dr pipes because i will die before accepting dhimmi status and there are millions just like me.

thank you

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