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Reader comment on item: No American Muslim Terrorists? [A Reply to Spencer Ackerman]

Submitted by Asim Ahmed (United Kingdom), Dec 15, 2005 at 09:44

Now look at the lsit below of "Muslim terrorism since 9/11"

July 2002 - Hesham Mohamed Ali Hadayet's double murder at the El Al counter in Los Angeles airport.
October 2002 – The Beltway Snipers' multiple murders in the Washington, D.C. area.
March 2003 – Hasan Akbar's fragging of his two officers (at an overseas U.S. military base).
August 2003 - Mohammed Ali Alayed's murder of Ariel Sellouk in Houston.
January 2005 - The Armanious family massacre.
May-July 2005 – The Jam'iyyat Ul-Islam Is-Saheeh robbery spree to fund future terrorist activities.

... The Beltway snipers were hardly homegrown terrorists in the same way that Christian serial killers are not Christian terrorists. The Aramonius family massacre was carried out by white Christian ... Ali Alayeds murder was a one of act hardly linked to the likes of Osama in the same way that murders by christians are not linked to Timothy McVeigh.

It wouldent surprise me if America was shaken up and down a few terrorists would fall from states such as Idaho, Utah , Arkansas etc . Yeah, i'm talking about the white supremacist murderer like Mc Veigh, and trust me there are more than 200 of them.

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