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

Submitted by Ebere. oc (Cote D'ivoire), Aug 11, 2006 at 13:41

Muslims...they have refused to accept change, a change in berlieve and thinking. As Kamekish said "The children are forced to devote so much time in Mosque that when they grow old they find themselves lagging behind their counterparts. Muslim women as such are at loss. They are powerless soul in Burqua. The Muslim families are forced to live a substandard life. Their growth remains restricted." This is because the muslims have been wrongly taught that life cannot change for a poor man. they have a fixed mentality that is very difficult to change. they should be made to read faith and life changing books, the world is a competitive field. i have seen paupers become billionias, i have seen illitrates become proffessors, i have seen shoe shiners become industrial gurus, nothing is impossible.

American muslims can never be grateful to the government of untited states for give them new lease of life, they will always feel they deserve more than what they are getting right now and this is because they lack the competitive spirit. And because muslims so much believe in heroism they follow the teachings of their irrational leaders. These are leaders that deceive other muslim children to die having moved their own children to save heavens. Terrorism is not a foundation for developement, it retards a person, a people, a society, a generation.


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