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NO to profiling, YES to mass deportations of Muslims

Reader comment on item: Time to Profile Airline Passengers?

Submitted by western kafir (United States), Aug 23, 2006 at 11:32

No matter how much profiling, surveillance and outreach Western societies perform, so long as Muslims live in our midst in significant numbers, we will never be safe.

If governments don't start deportations soon, in an orderly, humane manner, in the end they will do it hurriedly in reaction to their citizenry exploding with genocidal rage and fury against Muslims, burning mosques, torching businesses, lynching Muslims in the street. The kuffar are finally waking up in significant numbers and starting to realize that wherever Muslims live, there can never be a moment of peace, there can never be tolerance, there can never be any agreement that will be kept.

Muslims have been Nazi, Arab-supremacist, slave-trading, and genocidal ... for the last 1350 years. The Muslim umma allied itself with Nazis during WWII. ... the least we can do is expel the evil of Islam from our midst, for survival's sake! Muslims have no business living amongst us. ...


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