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Reader comment on item: Op Eds Now More Central in War than Bullets
in response to reader comment: many muslims settled in west for earning and nothing else

Submitted by Another Infidel (Canada), Oct 24, 2006 at 01:24


Same old living in the past bafflegab with regard to the West trying to colonize a muslim country..Dream On..

Can't think of a Muslim country I would consider visiting for enlightenment at this time, let alone want to immigrate there for any reason. On second thought, would like to go to Mecca and watch, from a distance, the masses go into a frenzy stoning the Devil and crushing themselves in the process. I know us uninformed non-believers are not allowed to observe this holy pilgrimage!

Yes, the West offers education and economic reasons to immigrate, unfortuneatly the muslim religion seems to supersede allegiance or loyalty to the country. Pattern seems to be once you become a hyphenated citizen, efforts are made to impose/demand their religious values on others.

If your idea of good governance is Hamas and Hizballah, I still find you, your religion and your gun totting brothers in Hamas and Hizballah scary. Unfortuneatly your apologists and supporters and perhaps yourself, are amongst us here in the West...We will defend ourselves as well..



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