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Reader comment on item: Does the [New York] Police Department Profile? Should It?
in response to reader comment: We need more than profiling: WE NEED MUSLIM INTERNMENT CAMPS NOW!!!

Submitted by Abdul Rahman Reijerink (Australia), Jun 30, 2006 at 10:01

how many muslim soldiers are there in the army who are loyal? Did that guy even do it for religious reasons or was he getting personal revenge or some non-"religious" reason? I don't know.

Yes, make your enemy even bigger, its all muslims now not just a minority alienated from the mainstream.

I am a teacher, my wife is a surgeon, we participate in our democracy and oppose the attacks on it, why in God's name should we be locked up or forced to move away when we have ties in Australia going back nine generations with the birth of our daughter? Why should our property be confiscated to appease a bunch of chickens like you who would sell their liberties for a few more minutes of life? The geatest threat these people pose to us is not loss of life, it is the loss of our way of life. If you love concentration camps so much move to China or North Korea, they will love you there.

By definition, a war can only be waged on a state. What we are engaged in is international policing with war rhetoric. terrorists are criminals and should be treated as such.


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