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Muslim leaders emphasize bombings are acts of extremists

By Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (CA)

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Local Muslim leaders called for unity among all Americans on Friday and denounced the violent behavior of two Boston Marathon bombing suspects identified in media reports as Chechen Muslims.

Southland Muslims said they were shocked and heartbroken over the recent news, emphasizing the behavior by the two men are acts of extremists and not that of the Islamic community.

"It's very disturbing to us all that our faces are being dragged into the mud by Muslim extremists and how we have to explain to our children what Islam is really about, and we have to explain to the American public what Islam is really about," said Salam Al- Marayati, executive director of the Los Angeles-based Muslim Public Affairs Council.

"We're not responsible for what happened in Boston but we are responsible for speaking out against violent extremism. "

Muslim leaders discussed security issues with U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials on Friday and hosted a prayer service and news conference with civic and community leaders of all faiths at the Islamic Center of Southern California in Los Angeles, Al- Marayati said.

This went on while the manhunt continued Friday as authorities identified two brothers in Boston's Muslim community as the apparent suspects in the Monday bombings at the Boston Marathon.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev wasn't a devout practicing Muslim, "but just recently, maybe two years ago, he started praying five times a day, according to a family member. Tamerlan was killed Thursday night during a shootout with police. Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev described his world view online as "Islam." He was captured Friday.

Muslim leaders said their religion means peace and submission to the will of God, and an individual who calls themselves Muslim and who does not create peace within society is not a true believer.

Imam Shamshad Nasir of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosque in Chino said the persons who are creating such crimes are hijacking the religion.

"All Muslims are not terrorists, the majority are peace-loving people. I feel sad there is an association and how the name of Islam is taken by some people who think all Muslim are terrorists," he said.

"There is no prophet or religion that teaches to kill innocent people, and there is certainly no room for this type of activity in Islam. "

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Burbank, a senior member of the House Intelligence Committee, cautioned Friday that it's too early to tell whether religion was a motivating factor in the Boston Marathon attacks or not.

"If it turns out that it was a motivating factor, then I think we need to re mind ourselves that this is a corruption of faith and inconsistent with the beliefs of the overwhelming majority of practitioners of any of the great faiths, including the Muslim faith," Schiff said.

Brian Levin, director Cal State San Bernardino's center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, said this kind of aggression is seen across all ideologies and faiths.

"It is the fanatic, not the faith," he said.

And obliviously, Islamophobes will have a field day with this, but the fact of the matter is statically these kind of cases, while are a cause of concern, they are a tiny sliver of the Muslim community.

"Not only that, we don't even know what the motivation of these guys are, was it personal, nationalistic, religious or personal setback?" Levin said.

Aaron Abdus-Shakoor, chairman of the Masjid al-Taqwa mosque in Altadena, said it was "heartbreaking" to hear the initial reports that the suspects were Muslim.

"Here we go again with something that an individual does that's so extreme and professes to be Muslim," he said. "It gives people ammunition to say something negative about Islam.

Abdus-Shakoor, who converted to Islam about four decades ago, said he's never known a Muslim that has talked about being violent or destroying anything.

"All the individuals I've been associated with all my life as a Muslim have never condoned any such act like this," he said.

- The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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  1. capricorn1Comment by capricorn1
    April 20, 2013 @ 9:39 am

    bull****.
    its also ok to lie,cheat,hoodwink,and kill to advance there cause.

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    • wandamurlineComment by wandamurline
      April 20, 2013 @ 10:50 am

      “Submission to the will of God”….this sets it apart….their God, not ours…and don’t think for one minute they don’t want to control us….their “bible” states that they must make us Islamists or kill us. I agree with you, what a bunch of bull****.

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  2. sonofthealamoComment by sonofthealamo
    April 20, 2013 @ 9:54 am

    on the outside they are outraged but on the inside its a great day for islam

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  3. jmoreComment by jmore
    April 20, 2013 @ 10:31 am

    ejodealamo has it right. You can bet that none of the injured were taken to a Muslim hospital, because there aren’t any. Also, I wonder how much these outraged Muslims donated to restore Boston and what is left of the victim’s lives? But wait, I don’t think thet do that either.

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  4. bna42Comment by bna42
    April 20, 2013 @ 11:01 am

    “Brian Levin, director Cal State San Bernardino’s center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, said this kind of aggression is seen across all ideologies and faiths”.

    Mr. Levin is a LIAR. This kind of aggression is not seen in any other ideology or faith where they attack their own people, use their children as suicide bombers, etc. The Muslims always say it’s just a “small sliver” of the community, but they never do anything to stop it or eradicate that small sliver. These Muslim groups such as C.A.I.R. are always asking that we ignore the few Muslims who commit these crimes, and they are constantly complaining about how we are distrustful of Muslims, but they are known to have been a co-conspirator in some of these attacks against us.

    Mr. Levin uses the age-old excuse that “everybody does it” to justify what these barbarians are doing to us.

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  5. rzraickComment by rzraick
    April 20, 2013 @ 11:34 am

    I would disagree with most of the comments here. There have been extremists in all religions at different times throughout histroy. We forget the Spanish inqusition or the bloody crusades.

    Not all muslims are jihadists. I live in a country which has a population of about 25% Muslim. I was raised a Christian, just for the record. I have friends who are Muslims and they are filled with far less hatred than those who have commented here.

    Apparently over a decade of propaganda by our government to promote and justify our aggressive wars for profit in the middle east has been very effective in planting hatred in the minds of many Americans.

    There are extremists to be sure and those who attack us deserve to be villified, bit there are many who do not deserve it. There are extreme views in our world, and some of them are here.

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    • bna42Comment by bna42
      April 20, 2013 @ 11:47 am

      “I have friends who are Muslims and they are filled with far less hatred than those who have commented here.”

      rzraick, how ridiculous the gall you exhibit by referring to our comments as “hatred”. None of us commenting on this forum have deliberately killed our own people in the name of religion. When you boast about your Muslim friends, you need to remember that these two brothers had lived in this country for a decade, were well liked, seemed to be good, honest people, and their friends were ALL shocked by the bombing.

      Instead of criticizing us, you need to keep a closer watch on your Muslim friends.

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    • rzraickComment by rzraick
      April 20, 2013 @ 12:14 pm

      First of all bna42, I am not “boasting” about having Muslim friends. I am stating a fact that I know them personally and I would bet that you do not. Secondly I think what these guys did is reprehensible and shocking. I am waiting for the full truth of what happened to be discovered.

      But when I comment about the hatred, I mean that the comments here are aimed primarily at a very large group of people and think that it is misplaced. If you want to direct hatred at the perps, then go right ahead.

      Should all Americans be judged murderers because Al Capon was a murderer? Should all Christians be judged because of the action of Timmothy McVay? Or the Son of Sam?

      I mention these very despicalbe people to make a point. Read the comments again. There is lots of anger here, but some of it is misplaced. You are entitled to express your opinion and so am I.

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    • bna42Comment by bna42
      April 20, 2013 @ 1:13 pm

      You can think what you want to, but the fact is that ALL the attacks on the U.S. with one exception, Oklahoma City, have been carried out by Muslims. The excuse they always use is that it is only a “small sliver” of radicals, but the rest of the Muslim people don’t ever try to stop them. Even Muslim organizations such as C.A.I.R. have been known to support Islamic attacks against the U.S. and they have never done anything but “condemn” these attacks.

      But your contention that these “few” Muslims are causing the entire group to be misaligned is not a valid argument because the same thing happens to any group. When someone who professes to be a Christian does something vile, the media blames the entire Christian community, and Jewish people have been hated for centuries, so why do you think Muslims deserve any better? When anyone shows disrespect for a Christian or Jewish symbol, people don’t rush to behead those who did it. ALL Muslims are under suspicion until they start helping solve the problem and proving their loyalty to the U.S. That’s not “hate”, that’s just vigilance.

      Why don’t you question your Muslim friends about the Islamic world view to dominate the entire world and see what response they give? Why don’t you make some disparaging remark about Mohammed and see their reaction. Then take a look at the way even our own government disrespects and discredits Christianity while they also make special concessions for Muslims as a form of appeasement.

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    • dianilineComment by dianiline
      April 20, 2013 @ 4:18 pm

      This is actually the first time I’ve ever seen Muslims condemn terror attacks committed by Muslims. It’s about time.

      However I am reminded of the terrorists who asserted, “Don’t tell me what my religion teaches”, indicating that those who claim Islam is a religion of peace don’t understand Islam.

      I think they are correct. Islam has been a conquering, slaughtering, enslaving religion from the beginning with, evidently, the full approval and support of its founder.

      I’m sure that the vast majority of Muslims, at least in the West, are peace-loving and don’t support terrorism. Most people are normal. But if they don’t support the terrorist goals of Muslim world domination, they violate a fundamental principal of Islam. Just like a Christian who doesn’t support the evangelization of the whole world violates a fundamental Christian principle. But the Bible’s instruction regarding a town which won’t be evangelized is to shake the dust of that town off your feet–that is, leave them in peace and move on to the next town. The Koran recommends somewhat different behavior toward those who won’t convert.

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    • rzraickComment by rzraick
      April 20, 2013 @ 4:54 pm

      bna42 asks “When someone who professes to be a Christian does something vile, the media blames the entire Christian community, and Jewish people have been hated for centuries, so why do you think Muslims deserve any better?” The media reflects what the government wants, and I am talking about what individuals think and do.

      But asking if they deserve any better, I would say I think we all deserve better. I would ask you if you have ever talked diectly to a Muslim about this? I doubt you have because you already assume that all Muslims would lie.

      It is your assumtions I am questioning. It seems to me that your are comfortable with hatred. I think that hatred is at the root of all the world’s problems. I would say that to hate so much is not the solution but just perpetuates the problems.

      How do you feel about the golden rule?

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    • bna42Comment by bna42
      April 20, 2013 @ 7:51 pm

      rzraick, I am going to tell you one final time that what I feel toward these Muslims is NOT hate, but suspicion and distrust.

      Your assumptions are of no interest to me because you are showing your ignorance. As a matter of fact I know several Muslims. I wouldn’t call them friends, more like associates.

      Don’t even attempt to question me about the “golden rule”. You need to ask that question of the Muslims. As long as you accuse me of hatred when you have no idea except your stupid assumptions, there is no reason to try to converse with you.

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    • rzraickComment by rzraick
      April 20, 2013 @ 10:38 pm

      I wasn’t speaking to you personally. I think you are justified to be suspicious and not to trust them. That is just being careful and wise.

      My comments were directed at the comments in general and there is a lot of hatred in many of them. You can disagree with me if you wish, but I was not commenting on you personally.

      Thanks

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    • gopuc12450Comment by gopuc12450
      April 21, 2013 @ 12:15 pm

      “I live in a country which has a population of about 25% Muslim’
      ————
      So, rzraick, why is it that you are not using the media of the country ‘you (claim to)live in’, to voice your opinions?
      Just Check A), or B).
      A)No one will listen to my Liberal trash.
      B)Someone will cut off my head for speaking Liberal trash here .

      America is doing just fine in your absence.

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  6. Haywood JablomieComment by Haywood Jablomie
    April 20, 2013 @ 11:56 am

    “Tamerlan Tsarnaev wasn’t a devout practicing Muslim, “but just recently, maybe two years ago, he started praying five times a day, according to a family member.”

    He prayed to Allah FIVE TIMES A DAY, but “he wasn’t a devout practicing Muslim.” What does it take for a Muslim to be considered “devout”, praying ten times a day??

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  7. Haywood JablomieComment by Haywood Jablomie
    April 20, 2013 @ 12:06 pm

    Brian Levin, director Cal State San Bernardino’s center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, said this kind of aggression is seen across all ideologies and faiths.

    “It is the fanatic, not the faith,” he said.

    This guy is a fool and I feel sorry for anyone taking his course. All we have to do is look at the facts: over the last 30 years there have been thousands of terrorist attacks all over the world. 99.9% of them have been carried out by Muslims in the name of Allah.

    The left likes to point out all the civilian deaths in Iraq and imply that they were caused by American troops. The TRUTH is that almost all the civilian deaths in Iraq were the result of Muslim terror attacks.

    Muslim terrorists have murdered tens of thousands of innocent people over the last 30 years.

    So, I’m sorry Mr. Levin, but there must be something inherently wrong with a religion wherein its followers find justification for committing murder.

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    • wizdumComment by wizdum
      April 21, 2013 @ 3:35 pm

      ALL Islamists are ‘extremists’.

      No use for anyone to argue with me until they have read a reliable copy of the Islamist/Muslim bible, the Koran.

      For Fact: ALL Islamists are Muslim and ALL are extremist/terrorist (many millions are simply stealth terrorists; “peaceful Muslims”…read on). For when push comes to shove, … if they do not follow those extremist views (that are in every copy of the Koran), they themselves will be beheaded right along side of you who refuse to convert, but if they do agree with the Islamist Extremists, they will be saved then, and reportedly, also to their Muslim heavenly afterlife as well.

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  8. mach37Comment by mach37
    April 20, 2013 @ 12:27 pm

    Muslim leaders say it is extremists, not their ordinary Muslims. Are these “leaders” doing anything to teach their people to be less extreme? Such as denouncing the passages in the Koran that encourage extremism? The trouble that liberals have with the Christian bible is that the fundamentalists on the Christian Right give the Old Testament too much weight; the New Testament teaches about a completely different God, or at least a God who has mellowed toward sinners. Muslims need a “new testament” version of the Koran. Where are the other prophets of Islam? One prophet is not enough.

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  9. dveedComment by dveed
    April 20, 2013 @ 12:57 pm

    They are LYING. Islam TEACHES them to infiltrate, when there are enough of them, demand, then take over the place; lying all the time!

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  10. awmacronymComment by awmacronym
    April 20, 2013 @ 2:10 pm

    Yeah, right. Sounds like representatives from the mosques and other Muslims have learned what to say officially since 9/11. Just like I have had to learn over the past twenty years in this increasingly politically correct society of ours. I submit you listen to what they say behind closed doors and it is usually vastly different. Trust me, I have known enough of them and you just need to get them talking when their guard is down.

    Also, how about looking at the big picture for a change? Why do we keep letting people into our country from these weird-assed parts of the world; i.e., Chechnya?!? You think maybe it is time to reassess our immigration policies now that we have to deal with such things as honor killings within families? Oh, I forgot, we are about to give amnesty to millions of illegal aliens so I guess not…

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    • rzraickComment by rzraick
      April 20, 2013 @ 5:30 pm

      I agree that we need to have imigration reform, but not what the government is proposing. We need to control our borders and we need to deport those who have entered illegally. We need to be very careful who we allow to have citizenship and they need to learn to speak English. But we have built our country based upon immigration. Few of us have ancesters born here.

      But no other country in the world is so lax on immigration policy. “people longing to be free” is what the message on the Statue of Liberty reads. And we can welcome those who truly want to be Americans and barr those who want to attack us. So I share your frustration there.

      I am a right leaning conservative disgusted with both parties. I am a strict Constitutionalist. I believe in the rule of law and in small government. I reject collectivist doctrines be they Communism, socialism, or facism. I support a republic form of government (rule of law) over a democacy gone wild majority rule (which is mob rule.)I think the Founders were geniuses and wise beyond any so called leaders today.

      I also believe that progressive liberalism is destroying our country faster than any foreign terrorists.

      There is a lot to be angry about. My whole point is that we are letting anger direct our thoughts and energies to hatred and it is counter productive. Anger and rage as expressed quit a bit lately is really rooted in fear, and fear is the mind killer.

      It leads to more of what we really want to avoid. We need to reject doctrines of hatred. We need to stop doing things which make others hate us. We do need to defend against those who do hate us. But we can’t just nuke everyone in the world.

      If we were to embrace our real strengths, we would inspire others to adopt our way, but this is not possible until we find our way back to what made us great in the first place.

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    • bna42Comment by bna42
      April 21, 2013 @ 6:07 pm

      “I live in a country which has a population of about 25% Muslim.”

      After making this comment earlier, you give several opinions about immigration, exiling illegal immigrants, and claim to be a right learning conservative, a strict Constitutionalist who believes in the rule of law.

      What the hell country do you live in since I can assure you the U.S. is NOT 25% MUSLIM.

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  11. thomasjeffersonComment by thomasjefferson
    April 20, 2013 @ 3:01 pm

    You so called “muslim leaders” know who these extremists are. You don’t want to be painted with the same brush let the authorities know.

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  12. MutantoneComment by Mutantone
    April 20, 2013 @ 7:30 pm

    And Obama with his blatant support of the Muslim Brotherhood world wide and the continued advancements being paid for by The USA citizens.
    I was told that I should show respect towards the Obamas.My answer, And why should we respect them since they have not shown any respect for our Republic, or the Constitution, in fact just the opposite. That they have been supporting the Muslim Brotherhood world wide, Egypt as the Established military religious controlling group were ousted by the Muslim Brotherhoods civil war. It is the Muslim Brotherhood that arranged for the sale of the 125 M1A1 tanks and supporting systems, all surprisingly, shipped in such a time frame that all the Brand new Battle tanks were delivered after all the violence in the take over. Then came a wing of F-16 fighter bombers and their supporting systems, then Obama arranged the sale of two Modern German Built submarines, then came The “US plans to provide about $130m in new non-lethal aid to the Syrian opposition that could include for the first time battlefield support equipment such as body armour and night-goggles.” And who is the Opposition that we are supporting: Muslim Brotherhood: Islamist party founded in 1930. The brotherhood was behind the Islamic uprising in Syria between 1976 until 1982. The party is banned in Syria and membership became a capital offence in 1980. The regime of Bashar al Assad and others have accused the Muslim Brotherhood of being key players in the Syrian uprising that escalated into a civil war.[9][10][11] Other sources have described the group as having “risen from the ashes”,[12] “resurrected itself”[13] to be a dominant force in the uprising.[14] Current leader is Ali Sadreddine Al-Bayanouni.”
    And who else did we disrupt Libya “A civil war and NATO-led military intervention in 2011 resulted in the ousting and death of the country’s former leader, Muammar Gaddafi,” and replaced him with “The Brotherhood is said to have “resurrected itself” and become “dominant group” in the opposition during the Syrian civil war against the Assad regime according to the Washington Post newspaper.[66]”
    “The Jordanian Brotherhood has formed its own political party, the Islamic Action Front, which has the largest number of seats of any party in the Jordanian parliament.[67]”
    “Navab Safavi, who founded Fada’iyan-e Islam, (also Fedayeen of Islam, or Fadayan-e Islam), an Iranian Islamic organization active in Iran in the 1940s and 1950s, “was highly impressed by the Muslim Brotherhood”
    “The Hamas takeover of the Gaza Strip in 2007 was the first time since the Sudanese coup of 1989 that brought Omar al-Bashir to power, that a Muslim Brotherhood group ruled a significant geographic territory.[84]”
    “The Muslim Brotherhood in Kuwait is represented in the Kuwaiti parliament by Hadas.”
    “The Muslim Brotherhood is the political arm of the Yemeni Congregation for Reform, commonly known as Islah. President Ali Abdullah Saleh accused them of being in league with Al Qaida and stirring up the 2011 Yemen protests against his rule.”
    “Sultan Qaboos bin Said al Said of Oman claimed that the Muslim Brotherhood obtained support from the uneducated people”
    “Algeria in the early 1990s, the Muslim Brotherhood formed the Movement for the Society of Peace (MSP, previously known as Hamas”
    ” Sudan was the one country were the Brotherhood was most successful in gaining power, its members making up a large part of the government officialdom following the 1989 coup d’état by General Omar Hassan al-Bashir.”
    “Somalia’s wing of the Muslim Brotherhood is known by the name Harakat Al-Islah or “Reform Movement”
    “The Libyan branch of the Muslim Brotherhood was founded in 1949, but it was not able to operate openly until after the 2011 Libyan civil war. It held its first public press conference on 17 November 2011, and on 24 December the Brotherhood announced that it would form the Justice and Construction Party (JCP) and contest the General National Congress elections the following year”
    “the Muslim Brotherhood coordinated the creation of an Islamic organisation called The Supreme Military Majlis ul-Shura of the United Forces of Caucasian Mujahedeen”
    “Muslim Brotherhood in the Indian subcontinent and Muslim Brotherhood is called the Jamaat-e-Islami of the Arab world.”
    “Al-Qaeda established in Peshawar , Pakistan, by bin Laden and Abdullah Yusuf Azzam , a Palestinian Islamic scholar and member of the Muslim Brotherhood.”

    Any one see a pattern here and just how Obama is heading the USA into further supporting the Muslim Brotherhood in every way he can. With our troops, with our equipment and continuous funding?
    Could it be that Obama was made a convert during his after college trip there with his male companion?

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  13. wizdumComment by wizdum
    April 21, 2013 @ 3:01 pm

    ALL Islamists are ‘extremists’.

    Do not argue with me until you have read a reliable copy of the Islamist/Muslim bible, the Koran.

    Answer me this: If “Islamist Extremists” are going through your neighborhood looking for converts, and eliminating those who refuse to convert, will your ‘peaceful Muslim’ neighbors come to your aid when you refuse to convert and are about to have your head lopped off?
    –For those of you who are stymied, the answer is “No, they will not”.

    For Fact: ALL Islamists are Muslim and ALL are extremist/terrorist (many millions are simply stealth terrorists; “peaceful Muslims”…read on). For when push comes to shove, … if they do not follow those extremist views (that are in every copy of the Koran), they themselves will be beheaded right along side of you, but if they do agree with the Islamist Extremists, they will be saved then, and reportedly, to their Muslim heavenly afterlife as well.

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    • wizdumComment by wizdum
      April 21, 2013 @ 3:13 pm

      remove this comment to the above comment –wizdum

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  14. willyrhoComment by willyrho
    April 22, 2013 @ 12:46 pm

    Truth?
    The Actor is part and parcel of the Huge Propaganda Ministry. That Prop Ministry is financed and driven by the Red Green Alliance, ie, The Marxist (Communist) and Muslim Alliance has as its goal to establish a world wide NOT FREE government. After its establishment, they will have the biggest war that you can not even Imagine. The Commies and the Muslims are both Barbaric Murderous Philosophies. The Marxists have muerduered 180,000,000 and the Moos Slims 270,000,000. The rate for the Commies is much higher at about 2,000,000/Yr and the Moo Slims about 200,000/Yr.

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