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Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:
in response to reader comment: You obviously missed a few details............

Submitted by Salihah (United States), Dec 12, 2006 at 18:54

"Face reality, not all muslims are terrorists, but all terrorists are muslim."

Um, Timothy McVeigh?

Terry Nichols?

Jeffrey Dahmer?

Sara Jane Olson ("These bombs were designed to be activated only when the LAPD officers were inside their cars, while the gas lines were full and the engine was running," prosecutors Michael Latin and Eleanor Hunter wrote in court papers filed after Olson's arrest. Sounds rather terrorist like to me or no?? If she was Muslim it would be.)

David Stephenson?

Ku Klux Klan?


I don't think they're Muslim. We could make lists on both sides all day. I define a terrorist as someone who terrorizes, an agenda of terror and killing. I'll work on facing reality, obviously you think I'm missing something since you told me to face reality.

I never said that there weren't Muslims that are terrorists. There are. That's why I posted the Muslim Manifesto www.muslimmanifesto.org but that's not right either? What am I supposed to believe, please assign me a religion and belief system then, obviously I'm not getting it if I believe in the words of that Muslim Manifesto.

Thank you,



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