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Road blocks of the mind

Reader comment on item: The Evil Isn't Islam
in response to reader comment: Another BEYOND clear thinker....

Submitted by Stephen Phillips (United States), Sep 14, 2006 at 19:49

I know how you feel about this all too common common sense. I find it sad that basically all the muslims on this blog have road blocks of the mind. They didn't come here to seek compelling arguments that could possibly sway them from their religion. They have 1 track minds and those of us who are fully aware of the real, Osama bin Laden version of Islam want nothing to do with their movenment. But it's even sadder that so many americans and nonmuslims on this board also have road blocks of the mind and refuse to see the truth.

This nation has gotten so far away from common sense and decency that we won't even call the enemy the enemy. I find it detestable that someone can promote murder and mayhem and also find sympathetic ears and bleeding hearts that want to peacefully and logically discuss the pros and cons of Islam, which has no pros just cons. Sad to say that 9-11 was just a dress rehearsal for some real ugly things that are guaranteed to come on this nation. When the next 9-11 happens, I want those nonmuslims who are sympathetic to Islam to remember that you were on this blog attempting to discuss "intelligent conversation" with the mulims on this board. Wake up before it's too late.


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