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Reader comment on item: Reflections on the Revolution in France*
in response to reader comment: Victims of Racism

Submitted by faqi Hussain (United States), Nov 8, 2005 at 22:07

Mr. Sultan, your comments are very simplistic. I dont know what part of the world you live in. You say you hate the US "I and millions hate them". How can you hate a whole nation?

The US is the kindest and most generous of nations. There are nearly 6 million Muslims living in the US. If the US is such bad country, why are they here? for your information the majority of illegals trying to get into Western (read Christian) countries are Muslims. Look at all the asylum seekers around the world, they are mostly muslims. America gives millions in aid to Muslim countries such as Pakistan, Egypt, Niger, Nigeria, Indonesia and other muslim nations. You should appreciate that its Christian tax payers living in the US whose money that goes as aid to these Muslim countries. 23% of the UN Budget is countributed by the US, besides the large amount of food that is doled out to muslim countries. When there is a natural catastrophe, who is there first? Its the Christian countries they, do not discriminate by religion, even today in Pakistan controlled Kashmir, who it there in a big way, helping out? Its the US & UK with aid and helicopters to deliver them. Its very sad, people like you listen to uneducated Mullahs in Muslim countries who berate and spew hate towards the west; they are so evil, ignorant and idiotic.

I have lived in Europe and the US and I am not "white". I have met the most kind & generous people in both continents who have gone out of their way to be helpful to me and my family. I have never been discriminated. It appears you seem to attract people who are like you - prejudiced.

Thank God for the US who is the mightiest military and economic power in the world today. Can you even imagine, if an Islamist Country had the power of the US. The world would be in flames and turmoil by now. No wonder hundreds of Muslims are trying to enter the US, which above all, has the rule of law & democracy, which is certainly lacking in every Muslim country.

These immigrants who come to the West and then complain have it so good, welfare benefits, housing benefits, free medical, free education and freedom of movement. Mr. Sultan, there are other minority immigrants in both Europe and the US, but you dont see them complaining or rioting, killing and burning, its only the Muslims who riot, with shouts of "Allahu Akbar"; all the rioters in France are second and third generation children of Muslim immigrants, who are getting everything free & they want more.

There is word called "work"which they dont seem to know; certainly they will not get any of these 'freebies' in the countries their parents came from. In the west one is not limited in any way to progress and attain the dream. Muslims are great at blaming others for their own misfortunes. Its Islam that is holdling all the Muslim countries from progressing, not the West. Compare Israel and her neighbors, or Singapore and Indonesia or India and Pakistan or Bangaldesh. If you have eyes to see and a brain to think you will see the light. Why are the majority of muslim countries in the world so poverty stricken, over populated, uneducated, disease ridden, its Islam that is the cause. It kills the human spirit. Why do Muslim in the West do well. You answer that?

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