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Reader comment on item: [Naveed Haq and] "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" in Seattle

Submitted by rick (United States), Aug 8, 2006 at 14:13

Great, his father worked at the Hartford nuclear facilty. Imagine if he had sudden jihad syndrome!

Yes, this guy sounds a bit like a nut case but his opinions on Jews are common ones in the Muslim view.

So much for US education opening up "new vistas' for this creep as well as teaching tolerance of others. Winning essay awards and being a well thought of student mean nothing.

There is an important message here and that is that Islam and fanatical anti-Jewish and anti-Israel sentiments among Muslims trump everything. Democracy, Prosperity, having the "American Dream", etc. Everything. Muslims are as one minded about Israel as Nazis were about "their" Jews.

In Iraq, the US may see a more or less democratic society ( if it even gets to that ) continue the exact same course towards Israel as Saddam followed. And with an Iranian/hizbollah Shi'ite coalition the prospect of an inflamed Shi'ite majority in Iraq demanding an army be sent to "save" Lebanon and Iran is not imaginary.

And don't forget it will be an American trained and equipped army.


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