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answer for jaques hadida and others of like mind

Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:
in response to reader comment: Two things a Muslim is terrified of:

Submitted by pete l (Canada), Dec 11, 2006 at 21:57

mr hadida, it would be so nice if everything would just go away wouldn't it? Why is it that you do not understand that western nations did not ask for war? Do you really think that the American administration enjoys counting body bags of american soldiers?

How can you explain to a muslim that they should just forget about caliphate and jihad and just love the infidel when their "god" told them to get rid of us? Just leave them alone? Do you also think that when the Republicans are out of the Whitehouse that things will be back to normal?

You should hope to God that Democrats do not turntail and run, as obvious a scenario as that is. Truly, the liberal mind is blind to its own ignorance as hollywood can attest. The reason so many in hollywood hate Mr. Bush is because he is final, and the carnality of the liberal depraved mind cannot part with is fleshly needs so it rebels against whatever is right and threatening to its existence. It is almost to late to try to convince anymore...


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