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June 29, 2007

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Azzam

You are wrong. It is not Arabization alone. You are right that majority of the "controllers" are Arab. But that small minority of the Arabs should not give bad name to all Arabs. It is actually International Islamic Front.
And it is the manifestation of Fascist Islam that is painful. President Bush was right when he delivered his address on October 6, 2005.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2005/10/20051006-3.html
He can be right at times. As a Muslim I give him credit for speking out what we moderates are afraid to speak for fear of the Fascists. Why political Islam in America? There is no oppression here!

Azzam

In his address President Bush used the word "Islamo-fascism."
These people have nothing to do with true Islam. It is a covenient tool for "shake outs". Chicago of 1930. Pakistan of 2007. Everyone is after money there. Army shaking out USA for money. Taleban shaking out the Army for money. Islamists shaking out the business community for money. Political leaders like the Terrorist in British sactuary London shaking out the common man of Karachi, Pakistan. Freedom of religen. Yes. Freedom to practice Islam. Yes. Freedom to propagate Fascist Islam. No, absolutely not. Wait till the US Senate holds hearing again.

Steve Harkonnen

I don't know what flavor of the Quran you read, Azzam, but the one I have is telling Muslims to kill non-believers of the intolerant and twisted religion.

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