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If You Don't Like Radical Muslim Influence, Then Restrict Muslim Immigration!

Reader comment on item: [Brandeis University President Jehuda] Reinharz, Israel and Me

Submitted by F Dante (United States), Feb 13, 2007 at 17:35

It's not enough for the ZOA (mentioned in the article) to try to call off funding of such Universities. As long as Muslim immigration (and large birthrate) continue at current rates, their influence will grow, along with the threat of home grown Islamic terrorism. Why don't these influential organizations use their influence to support Rep. Goode of Virginia's call to severely restrict Muslim immigration? There is no constitutional mandate for it and we are at war with Islamic facism. Why can't America do a reasonable thing in its own defense?


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