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in response to reader comment: who is the true muslim? ISLAMIC TERRORISTS OR MODERATE MUSLIMS

Submitted by Schwaben (Germany), Oct 20, 2006 at 16:33

After reading today's news, I am wondering why the Pope hasn't asked the president of Iran for an apology. Not that one will ever be forthcoming, but just the thought of him asking piques my interest.

I see only one possible future between muslims and christians at this point and that is war. We must destroy islam before it destroys us. When a leader of a country says that now is the time to destroy another country, I say, let the nukes rain from the sky upon them. I fully support Israel's right to exist. If Iran can't do this, then kick their ... out of the UN and destroy them! I'm actually hoping for a Mossad sponsored assassination of the Iranian president, may his soul burn in Hell. There is no such thing as a moderate muslim. They either are or they aren't. What I find truly hilarious is that the Koran testifies that the Torah is the Word of God. If that is correct, then it confirms that the Jews belong in Israel and that the muslims are actually fighting against the will of allah. I'm sure the penalty for that isn't pleasant.


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