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It takes a nation to protect the nation

From a facebook friend of mine:
In light of the murders at Ft. Hood by a Muslim Officer (who had sworn to defend the people, our Constitution and the United States) this article becomes more timely and real than ever;

Can a good, practicing Muslim also be a good American?

I sent that question to a friend who worked in Saudi Arabia for 20 years.
The following is his reply:

Theologically - no. Because his allegiance is to Allah, the moon god of
Arabia .

Religiously - no. Because no other religion is accepted by his Allah
except Islam.

Scripturally - no. Because his allegiance is to the five pillars of
Islam and the Quran (Koran).

Geographically - no. Because his allegiance is to Mecca , to which he
turns in prayer five times a day.

Socially - no. Because his allegiance to Islam forbids him to make
friends with Christians or Jews.

Politically - no. Because he must submit to the mullah (spiritual
leaders), who teach annihilation of Israel and Destruction of America,
the great Satan.

Domestically - no. Because he is instructed to marry four women and beat
and scourge his wife when she disobeys him.

Intellectually - no. Because he cannot accept the American Constitution
since it is based on Biblical principles and he believes the Bible to be

Philosophically - no. Because Islam, Muhammad, and the Quran do not
allow freedom of religion and expression. Democracy and Islam cannot
co-exist. Every Muslim government is either dictatorial or autocratic.

Spiritually - no. Because when we declare "one nation under God," the
Christian's God is loving and kind, while Allah is NEVER referred to as
heavenly father, nor is he ever called love in The Quran's
99 excellent names.

Therefore after much study and deliberation....perhaps we should be very
suspicious of ALL MUSLIMS in this country. They obviously cannot be both
"good" Muslims and good Americans.

Call it what you's still the truth.

If you find yourself intellectually in agreement with the above
statements, perhaps you will share this with your friends. The more who
understand this, the better it will be for our country and our future.

Pass it on Fellow Americans. The religious war is bigger than we know or understand.

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Replies to This Discussion

Personally, I couldn't agree more. Like your friend says, call me what you will, it's still the truth! I'm not racist, I know my own heart and I know I have nothing against individual people (regardless of colour or religion). All I'm saying is I really don't like Islam. What's to like about it?? It's evil and disgusting and cannot be trusted. Moreover, it should not be tolerated!
Many Muslim groups play the race card to deflect any discussion about their belief system.
And the media play with it too, instead of making a stand: islam and muslims are not a race.
A cowerked knows I don't like islam and called me racist..
So I know perfectly what you are talking about.
Islam isn't a race, it's not even a religion! I have my own definition of Islam now:

Islam: |noun| a terrorist organisation, set on world domination, hiding behind the guise of a fake religion!

No one can call you a racist for speaking out against Islam under this definition!
I agree for the full 100% - I will always quote when I use religion and islam in the same sentence.

And I will never write islam related words with a capital.... there is no respect, so no need for capitals.
As in: islam, mohamed, medina, mecca, quran and so on.
I toyed with that reasoning before deciding to use capitals. I use them not out of respect for Islam, but respect for my own grammar. I respect Islam much, much less than I respect capitalisation of nouns. In fact I respect Islam much, much less than I respect anthrax!! Both are deadly plagues and both kill innocent people. Hmmm, that's actually quite a good analogy for Islam. Anthrax!


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