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Failure of Administration of understanding Muslims

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Submitted by howard (United States), Mar 21, 2006 at 19:09

Let me be quick to wish that I am absolutely wrong in my thinking of whether the American population have any idea about Muslims.

Muslims operate on some of the following premises:
1. The Muslim is a brother of any Muslim regardless of his race.
2. The Muslim must support his brother whether he is right or wrong.
3. The Muslims must conquer the whole world and convert it to Islam or keep on fighting the infidels until they (the infidels) submit to Islam or be executed.
4. The creation of the 'UMMA' (Nation) of Islam which includes the whole world with all its continents.

With this understanding, there is no way you, an infidel, can trust any information given to you by a Muslim which may lead to the arrest of his brother the Muslim. We can not secure any intelligence coming from them. You remember the story you wrote about a Muslim intelligence officer in the FBI who refused to gather information on his Muslim brothers in the USA. Here is a Federal Employee working for the highest security agency in the world, refusing to abide by instructions from his superiros because his loyalty is to Islam, not to Uncle Sam. I believe you mentioned that he was promoted and sent to Saudi Arabia to monitor and report on them.

Unless we be honest and understand the Islamic mentality, we will always be hostage in our own land. They are here pretending that they are loyal citizens or aliens, like the 19 hijackers of 9/11 who were dating our girls, eating our food, dirnking our beer, making our money and planning to kill us. Like the Iranian who was born here, raised here, went to schools here and yet he drove his car in a crowd of my fellow Americans because his loyalty is to Allah and Islam and not to Uncle Sam.

I wish I can talk to every American and warn them of the evil that is awaiting all of us. When our troops are killed in Iraq CNN and the rest of the liberal news media just mention it to make us mad against the government. But when our troops defend themselves by killing civilians who protecting the Muslim terrorists by giving them room and board, our liberal newsmedia as well as our liberal senators start attacking our finest men and women who are risking their lives to defend ours. ... Let clear our country from any inside threat. ...

We can live in peace with them; they cannot. They are in a war against us to put an end to our liberty and freedom. It reached to the point: either them or us. They know what they are doing and we do not know. In order to win this war, we have to understand their mentality. We do not. You cannot change the nature of lion. He is there to kill. Can you negotiate with the lion or reason with him? When the lion has the chance, it will kill you. So we must use the same weapon they are using against us. .. WAR IS HELL TO BOTH SIDES. When they kidnap one of our citizens, they behead him: end of story. Mr. Berg who was beheaded in Pakistan is forgotten. The liberal media does not mention him any more.

But they keep on talking about the poor prisoners of Abu Ghareeb, who are still alive and about the vicious American troops who treat them badly!

In the words of one of an British Poet who said: East is East and West is West and the Twain will never meet. Never, never, never.

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