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Reader comment on item: [Pew Poll on] How Muslims Think

Submitted by John Manitta (United States), Jun 28, 2006 at 01:50

After reading this article, my feelings of the Muslim population throughout the world , is that they are becoming a threat to our way of life. If you leave a fire smoldering in the forest, most likely it will cause a blaze. It must be stamped out, to insure it will not do harm. It is not that you have anything against fire, its what it can do if left unguarded. This is the attitude the rest of the world must have. I am not concerned on how or why the fire got started in the first place, all i care about is how to keep it under control without stamping it out . ................JM

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