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Reader comment on item: Bolstering Moderate Muslims
in response to reader comment: What country do you live in.

Submitted by susan (Italy), May 5, 2007 at 18:15

"...There are people like you wherever anyone goes in the world."

you probably mean honest people that don't buy the multi-culti propaganda that you muslims and leftist useful idiots spread?

sorry if we are not interested in your slavery called sharia law. We don't forbid you to practice your slavery at home tho, we just don't care.

"Wherever there are non natives, some people label them as "different" and set out to either socially ostracize them or physically harm them. I'm not just saying Muslims. Europeans did that to the Jews also."

funny that you say that, because I work sometimes with immigrants and among all of them (south americans, former east-eu countries, africans, chinese) we agree on ONE point: muslims are despised by anybody. I personally get along with immigrants form East-EU, south american and chinese. But each immigrant has something negative to say about muslims, because they give a bad name to immigrants.

So I don't know what you are talking about. The rest of immigration except muslims is welcome.

And who's promoting genocide of the jews? muslims of course, there is no other group of people that's murdering jews more than muslims, you should be proud of that.


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