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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Citizens of the same planet, like it or not

Submitted by Spanky (United States), Oct 13, 2006 at 12:05

I think you're way off. Things that happened early on in American History came about as as matter of necessity and reaction to the way settlers were treated when they arrived in America. We initially tried to live along with the Indians but there were many who didn't want Europeans here so they slaughtered them. The Army responded in kind and the rest is pretty easy to figure out.

Muslims on the other hand are running around the world indiscriminately terrorizing and murdering innocent civilians in the name of their made up God they call Allah. You can't compare people who risked everything just to survive to Muslim savages who risk nothing just to destroy everything that is good. Mohammed was a ruthless murderer who spread his false religion by force. The Christians had no choice but to respond in kind to insure the survival of the Christian movement. Yes we are citizens of the same world. But there are quite a few who don't deserve to be.

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