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Murder in the 101st Airborne--Coming to a Workplace Near You

Reader comment on item: [Hasan Akbar and] Murder in the 101st Airborne

Submitted by DMarquis (Canada), Mar 27, 2003 at 11:54

You have made two points about Muslim political violence that need to be made:

1. Government "avoidance of reality has real consequences, increasing the dangers Americans [and Canadians] face". You cannot teach an extremist fanatic to reason, not kill, and there is no test for this at our borders.

2. Not only does "the Akbar incident points to the suspect allegiance of some Muslims in government" but it points to the foolhardiness of immigration and multicultural policies that encourage immigrants to maintain their customs / hatreds, mosques / madrassas and schools which teach hatred of the infidel (That's us!). Education in Arabic cannot be monitored adequately at present.

This is the case in Canada. France, I think, is cowed by the "enemy within". Was it 1400 (1600?) cars stolen in Strasbourg in one year by Muslims? They steal, hotwire, drive around, then burn each vehicle out. Can you imagine the rest of what they may be capable if, as the left apologists claim, they are "disaffected"? They could try going to work.

I'm tired of governments, especially mine, not recognizing the dangers within.

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