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Muslims and U.S. Citizenship

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

Submitted by Nadia K. (United States), Apr 11, 2003 at 13:43

A U.S. citizen is supposed to be loyal to U.S. and its laws and when we became citizens, we had to take an oath to that effect. However the Quran, the Muslim religious book , is totally contrary to U.S. laws as it sanctions hatred, rape and murder of non Muslims and orders only to be loyal to Muslim umma. Therefore either you can be a believer of Quran or a U.S. citizen, you cannot be both. Akbar is a living proof that he is a believer of Quran and is not loyal to U.S. interests.

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