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not true, hear my example

Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:
in response to reader comment: Wouldn't you be afraid, too?

Submitted by susan (Italy), Dec 10, 2006 at 09:23

"They are so brave and I admire them so much. Police protection or not, it doesn't matter when you step into the confines of your home. An extremist can still learn who you are, deliver a bomb, or shoot you in the middle of the street."

The same can be applied for honest people in sicily that speak out against mafia. We do have them and they really do something. They still outnumber greatly the "moderate" muslims you talk about.

If you are the majority you are not afraid, however if you are a minority you are afraid, that's why this is the confirmation that moderate muslims are the majority is a lie.

Secondly, the muslims brought their own problems into USA and all other western countries. At this point we should tolerate them ONLY when their problem is solved. Not before. Too easy that WE have to clean their mess.

"Now put yourself in those shoes. Wouldn't you be scared? I surely would. "

then buy a prayer rug, because submission to allah is in your future. People feared communism and nazism and we had people losing their lives for expressing their opinion. Of course the western world is more corageus than sissy muslims everywhere. But you don't teach courage, they will remain coward for the rest of their lives.

You are too much USA-centered. Muslims (moors) have been kicked out from sicily and south spain, not to mention some parts of east europe, and everywhere they went they brought misery and destruction, stealing ideas from native people and later pass them as their own (famous the story of the arab numbering, that's not ARAB at all, since modern numbering comes from india).

History repeats itself once again.


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