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

Submitted by Abdul Rahman (United States), Jun 28, 2006 at 01:54

Notice, in the recent PEW report "How Muslims Think", most muslims think 9/11 was not an act of Arabs but of Jews. At the same time most Muslims consider Osama Bin Ladin (OBL) their hero. Most Muslims learned about Osama Bin Ladin by 9/11 event. The act of 9/11 event is the one that made OBL their hero. Obviously, in the back of their mind Muslims know that OBL did it but won't admit it.

Second contradiction is they condemn 9/11 act but consider OBL as their hero. Again, most Muslims came to know OBL only after 9/11. Wake up West....

It is a fact that the West has no clue how to fight this war. Fighting terrorists, OBL, Zarqawi, is relatively easy. But how do you fihgt the mentality that showed up in the PEW report? I knew about these 30 years ago.

I was born and raised as Muslim. My whole family is still Muslim. I know every genetic code of Muslim. I know Islamic brain. I know every blood cell of Moslem. I live and breathe with them. I am an insider. I left Islam when I understood that Islam is a sick and evil religion.

Gullible West still did not get it. I am telling you, even a nuclear explosion in one of the major Western city won't wake up the West in a way that can fight the mentality of Muslims as discovered in the Pew report. I am an insider. I know what I am talking about. Blind PC, extreme liberalism has clouded the Western mind.


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