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Karen Armstrong : sounds like a brainwashed woman

Reader comment on item: Bolstering Moderate Muslims
in response to reader comment: Karen Armstrong the wannabe historian part six

Submitted by Taproot (United States), May 9, 2007 at 04:19

What in heck is the matter with a woman like her ? You wonder who taught her when she was a child. Any woman that thinks the way she does is either trying to be an outstanding individualist ( a myth, really ) or has a warped mind. I have a cure for her : let her live under the Shari'a law for a few years ( or months ) and then read her own book again. She might poison more minds than the Koran itself. What a confused view !

And I don't care about all the old "statistics" or saying of yesteryear ! Wrong about this; wrong about that---the very fact that she takes the posistion as an Islam defender makes her enough of a problem . She's a writer and and an awful example to young or seeking people who want to hear what someone like her has to say about Islam and it's prophet . All the young Americans who are dying to make excuses for the Muslim mess and Islam so they can fault thier own country , will join the spineless "shickenchit " (!) trend of "altruistic Americans of today . I've seen it happening and it's sickening .

What a ding-bat idiot that woman is ! Excuse my bluntness, but I hate the politically correct pablum so many seem to hide behind.


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