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fake claims of racism by muslims hurts real victims

Reader comment on item: CAIR's Hate Crimes Nonsense

Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jun 1, 2007 at 23:27

Each time there is a false claim of racism by muslims it reduces peoples trust. When there is a real act of racism it is not believed by some due to their hearing of false claims of racism by muslims.

It is interesting that there are muslims who are crying racism. The religion of islam teaches racism. The founder mohammed said " Do not take Jews and Christians as friends as they are the enemy " .

Also why are muslims saying they are the victims of bigot crime, I seem to remember one or two times where it was muslims as the attackers like Sept. 11 world trade center , or the murder of Daniel Pearl , or the bombing of the Marine barracks in Lebanon or the attack at the olympics in 1972 when muslims murdered 11 athletes from Israel. Is it really a good idea for muslims to now be throwing stones..?

If there are any real attacks on muslims they must be reported and properly dealt with. Racism is wrong no matter who is the victim.


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