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what's wrong with AMC goals

Reader comment on item: The Danger Within: Militant Islam in America [and Its Dreams of Domination]
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Submitted by Corporation Guy (India), Sep 19, 2006 at 04:09

yes. its wrong and dangerous because its not the right religion and/or people. go and empower 'your' religion and people in 'your' country. US is different from your country specifically because it was not run by your people and religion or else there would have been no difference.

i simply dont understand. if the muslims so hate America and American culture, why are they lining up in the US immigration offices world-wide? stay with your sharia ... if Americans don't want anything to do with Islam/Koran/Sharia in America, how can they be blamed? this is like someone sneaking in my house and using the gun (of liberalism/tolerance bla bla bla) and forcing me to accept him in my home!!!

you get the dollars for the oil anyways. does anyone see the Japanese lining up for US visas? not really. not anymore. why? do italians line up in NYC the way in early 1900s? not anymore. did any 'little italy' in NYC wish destruction of America? dont think so.


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