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A Simple Solution to a growing problem

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
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Submitted by American with Arab Roots (United States), Oct 2, 2006 at 12:57

I am an American (not an Arab American). I live in the southern states with my wife and three children. My wife and children believe there is a God (I do not). The solution to the problem with Muslims is to give them what they want. It is very obvious that they want the United States to wipe them off the map. This way they can go to their God and be happy. Americans in general are peaceful people who just want to live their lives and raise their families. Muslims - BE warned - Americans can also be your worst nightmare. We have the weapons and technology to vaporize your whole culture. America will destroy you and your families if you don't back off soon. Is watching your children melt in front of your eyes worth this. Do you really believe that sacrificing your life and the lives around you is what your God wants. If their is a God, Mohamad. Budda, or a Golden flea they have most likely left for another planet, because this can't be what they wanted their creations to do.

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