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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: 2% of the population

Submitted by dave (European Union), Jan 19, 2007 at 23:57

One of the things I don't understand is why if the western world is so bad why do muslims come here in the first place. If I went to a foreign country I wouldn't expect them to change every thing just to suit me. As far as I can see, muslims are acting like spoilt children, not content with our goverment (which is the source of all evil), providing them with mosques to worship at they stilll feel the need to protest against our way of living, in some occasions killing innocent people in this Jihad.

How would they like it if suicidle Kuffurs (a racist name for christans that they like to call us) decided to go over to Iran and kill some people just because they thought musllims were evil. It creates a world of double standards where by a muslim can basicly act like a member of the kkk without any rejection because people are scared of being branded a racist when it is infact them that are the racists. Britain has acepted muslims with open arms. could you honestly say the same would happen if a jew or christian moved to a muslim country, I doubt it.


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