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Islam, America, and immigration

Reader comment on item: Terrorist Profs

Submitted by Alexander (United States), Feb 25, 2003 at 17:32

Islam as a militant ideology stands in direct contrast to the American freedoms of speech and religion. All one has to do is study its violent history and look at the fruits of militant Islam today, from Nigeria to Sudan, Pakistan to Indonesia, to our own World Trade Centers.

I encourage each of you reading this to do the following:

1) Write your Congressman and Senators to tighten up legal and illegal immigration - NOW- especially from Islamic Middle Eastern countries. (BTW I'm NOT Jewish!) This is a positive contribution you can make to the war on terror to those who have power to actually do something. Their e-mail addresses are easy to get - go to any search engine and type the name and office, it'll come up.

2) In the next election, ask every candidate for every office his or her view on immigration.

3) Pass articles like this one to your friends, even those who disagree. You never know what fact or event will trigger rationality.

It is not too late...but the day is moving on.

Thanks to Daniel Pipes for keeping this issue on the front burner!

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