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Reader comment on item: White House Nonchalance toward the Middle East
in response to reader comment: The Myth of "good Islam". - Truth vs. reallity.

Submitted by AHMAD ZAFIRE (United States), Mar 22, 2006 at 09:43

dear tomas,

i must say as a muslim in america i agree with what you say. as for many muslim living in this country. to us as american muslim we believe that most mid eastern muslim especially the poor dont have the right education to understand even the simple things. so how could they understand islam as a whole. here in america we have muslims fighting the war on terror, muslims died the the world trade center (not the terrorists). and muslims live in peace here with other races and religions. my thought on this is that it may take muslim from the west to convince muslims in the east to get educated. and understand that america although of it bad history is reforming to be the best country for all.

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