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The proliferation of islam is soon to be over

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
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Submitted by Anonymous (United States), Feb 18, 2006 at 17:38

Cancer has a way of wiping its host out. Islamism has become cancerous. When they were content to direct the majority of their threats to israel and leave the majority of the western world alone, they were safe. Islam was removed like a cancer from Spain, the moors once ruled the land. People generally go the path of least resistance, however when a group becomes too bold and threatens the majority, they better watch out.

I am tired of being told to respect their way of life while they act like pigs and flail and whip at everything we hold sacred. It saddens me in america how the folks that kept our country safe are voiceless and angry about how the now grown up baby boomers are out preaching a stance of peace and tolerance. Benjamin Franklin is likely rolling in his grave over what our "citizens" are doing with his beloved country that he fought so hard to establish. I fear for the future of this country. "They that can give up essential liberty to attain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." Benjamin Franklin.

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