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

Submitted by David Hart (Singapore), Mar 29, 2003 at 07:43

The world looks on. The Islamic world looks on. The jihadists and the terrorists are one and the same people. They are part of the Islamic mosaic, covertly supported by Islamic governments themselves that profess to be friendly to the West. These terrorists are particularly interested in the outcome of the war. The US and the UK can't and musn't lose the war. The consequences are grave. Very grave indeed. When the sandstorm whipped up, Moslems all over the world claimed it was Allah's intervention. Even the alleged bullet from the farmer's rifle that "brought" down the chopper was Allah's. Militant Moslems subscribe to killing infidels without batting an eye, especially Christians and the Jews. It's a koranic injunction!

While the American and British soldiers treat the POWs in a very civilised and humane way for the world to see, I wouldn't bet on the Iraqis doing the same. Look at how the Palestinians pluck out the eyesballs and hearts of the Israeli reservists who happened to stray into their terrority, how Daniel Pearl's throat was slit before the camera, how the Indonesian militias slaughtered and massacred the Christian Timorese, etc. Please, don't be fooled. Militant Moslems will kill infidels with glee and without mercy and sadistically because they believe they are following Allah's command. If the US and the UK lose the war, there will be many more defying Osamas and despotic and dictatorial rulers like Sadam from the Islamic countries who will now rise to challenge the West. God bless America.

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