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Muslims should stand up to brainwashing techniques

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
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Submitted by Horatio Nelson (United Kingdom), Aug 3, 2006 at 12:28

People are people, no matter which part of the world or religious body they believe in.

Muslims are being thought of by everyone as terrorists, which is not true.

Most Muslims are not terrorists


most terrorists ARE Muslim.

Why is this?

Praying 5 x a day cannot be anything else other than a brainwashing technique abused by some"holy" men to further their own selfish motives.

Westernised Muslims are fine, but these creatures in mens bodies get into good Muslims heads and make them hate the very people who have cared for them, helped them, brought their babies into the world, given them both social and financial benefits, and have made friends with them.

The holy creatures are turning normal Muslims into nothing more than puppets... pawns to be blown to Hell for the cause.

What cause?

Boiled down, it is to further the greedy aims of a minority within the Muslim ranks.

These bad apples won't be happy until all Muslims are filled with hate too.

It is up to Muslims to use their God given brains, and start to question the evil ones in their midst.

Black against white... where will it stop?

Soon, the West is going to stop being tollrant and turn on all Muslims.. all.. which will be a sad day for everyone... especially those Muslims who could have reported hate mongers and had them dealt with, but instead, were content to sit on the fence and see the evil ones work take a hold.


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