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    • Liza
    • 07.04.10 | 12:47 (IDT)

    about the West too? I understand Obama though. The American Muslim communities are becoming radical and extreme. There even are Muslim web-sites in the U.S.A, which spew out hatred towards the U.S.A. The American Muslims feel especially angered by financing the U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan from their taxes. It is only a matter of time till their feelings start erupting through terrorism and violence in the U.S.A. The American Muslims are threatening the foundations of the U.S.A, so it is only natural of the U.S. adm. to make efforts not to wake the sleeping bear. What is upsetting is that instead of focusing on the enemy within, the U.S. talks "tough" to Israel in order to turn Israel to "a common enemy" the American Muslims and non-Muslims "share" as "united in negative attitude towards Israel". This is an old trick; to find a third party for two to "hate", they need not face their own inter-relational problems, which keeps the situation cool and steady.

    from the article: Obama bans terms `Islam` and `jihad` from U.S. security document
    First published 09:31 07.04.10 | Last updated 12:05 07.04.10
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