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Reader comment on item: Reflections on the Revolution in France*
in response to reader comment: Don't bother calling, we're busy.

Submitted by Mohamed M. Mohamed (Kenya), Nov 10, 2005 at 08:03

Dear Doug,

I beg to differ!

Remember France being among the first to ban the wearing of the Hijab/Islamic Headscarfs? So why do you believe that France supports the likes of Saddam and Islam as a whole? By not supporting the American and English goons, France knew there was something amiss about the whole invasion thing. And I guess you are proud that America and it's cronies did not find any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq despite being absolutely sure that they existed!

Come on Doug, address the real issues that have now brought a lot of problems on this earth. Be truthful to yourself and believe not in what you are being made to believe in by the American Administration who simply want to rule the world. American (administration) has caused chaos across the world and some day everyone will hate them for that. Remember they once sponsored the Taliban rebels in Afghanistan and now what is the same America doing in Afghanistan?? This is just but one example!


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