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Respectively disagree,DP

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

Submitted by B. Alotaibi (Saudi Arabia), Aug 8, 2006 at 14:45

DP, you cannot kill a snake by hitting its tail! How can you scrutinize all Muslims? How are you going to know if someone believe in Islam, does not believe in Islam anymore, was a Muslim, not Muslim anymore, converted to Islam, quit Islam, etc.,etc.

What you have suggested, in my opinion, won't work.

To win this war over Islamofacists, you have to hit the head very hard. The head of this destructive ideology lies in few countries, most of them (if not all) are considered US allies.

This ideology is so dangerous that if left unchallenged will destroy the civilized world. It is so warped and cannot live in peace with others period. It continuously preaches hate in Mosques, schools, media and every place available to it. This evil ideology is well organized and will do anything to achieve its goal, which is the destruction of Western civilization and the spread of its way of life.

In order to outsmart it and to defeat it, you must knock it straight on the head not on the tail.

Keep up the good work,

B. Alotaibi


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