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What have the Muslims ever done for America?

Screw the right wing thugs being wheeled out as talking heads on tv objecting to Cordoba House as a “Ground Zero Mosque”. And especially screw that ignoramus Larry Johnson, whose “security knowledge” CNN draws on all so often has to be questioned when he asks a question so stupid it could have come from Life of Brian.

Nice to see that in his desire to extract $$$s from wingnuts he has back a poster he had previously banned, who admitted she was interviewed by the Secret Service for making death threats against the President – doing pretty much the same again – making very similar comments about the same President.

Let’s get some basics. For a start it is not a mosque and it is not on “Ground Zero”.

Here is the map of where it is:-


So because the President said this:-

Ramadan is a celebration of a faith known for great diversity and racial equality … a reminder that Islam has always been part of America and that American Muslims have made extraordinary contributions to our country

Right wingers want to go all John Cleese on Muslims.

So just to play along with you right wing screw ups what did the Muslims ever do for America?

Well here are just some examples.

See this: –

The Sears Tower / Willis Tower

and this

The Hancock Tower

The structural designer was this man

From wikipedia

Fazlur Rahman Khan (Bengali: ফজলুর রহমান খান Fozlur Rôhman Khan) (April 3, 1929 – March 27, 1982), born in Dhaka, Bangladesh (erstwhile Bengal Presidency of British India), was a Bangladeshi-American architect and structural engineer. He is a central figure behind the “Second Chicago School” of architecture and is regarded as the “father of tubular design for high-rises”. Khan, “more than any other individual, ushered in a renaissance in skyscraper construction during the second half of the twentieth century.” He is also considered to be the “Einstein of structural engineering” and “the greatest structural engineer of the second half of the 20th century” for his innovative use of structural systems that remain fundamental to modern skyscraper construction. His most famous buildings are the John Hancock Center and the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), which was the world’s tallest building for several decades.

This is a brain tumour.

Until this man,

Ayub Onmaya, treatment was difficult and prone to infection. In fact, without him, many would be dead.

Ayub’s invention, the Ommaya reservoir, was the first subcutaneous reservoir that allowed for repeated intrathecal injections. Before his invention patients had to suffer repeated lumbar punctures for intrathecal drug administration. Spinal angiography was pioneered by Ommaya, Di Chiro, and Doppman. This work allowed for the visualization of arteries and veins and allowed for understanding of spinal cord arteriography. The same team reported the treatment of spinal cord AVMs by percutaneous embolization of an intercostal artery using stainless steel pellets. This was one of the first reports of interventional neuroradiology.

Ayub’s models and work in traumatic injury were foundational to the biomechanics of traumatic brain injury. This work allowed for improved modeling of brain injury by engineers in their design of safety equipment in automobiles. Ayub also published the first coma score for classification of traumatic brain injury. The most widely used contemporary classification systems follow the Ommaya approach. Ayub’s friendship with Congressman Lehman, then chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, lead to the creation of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.Each of these efforts involved collaborators who were vital to their successful conclusion.

Ayub worked with Sir Godfrey Hounsfield to determine the spatial resolution of the CT scanner which opened the door for its use in stereotactic surgery. Ayub also invented the first spinal fluid driven artificial organ.

Interventional Neuroradiology

The work of Di Chiro, Doppman, and Ommaya, and was critical to the development of spinal angiography. The visualization of arteries and veins allowed for understanding of the pathophysiology of spinal AVMs in addition to classification of lesions. Di Chiro, Ommaya, and Doppman also reported one of the earliest interventional radiology approaches using stainless steel pellets to treat a spinal cord AVM. 6 This percutaneous embolization approach was noted as less traumatic than surgical treatment by the authors and represented another step forward in pecutaneous vascular embolization as an addition the surgical armamentarium for treating certain vascular disorders of the central nervous system.

CSF Rhinorrhea

Before Ommaya’s work CSF rhinorrhea was classified as traumatic and spontaneous. The second category was essentially a waste basket which did not assist in guiding treatment approaches.14,18 Ommaya classified non traumatic rhinorrhea as resulting from high pressure leaks (tumors & hydrocephalis) and normal leaks (congenital abnormalities, focal atrophy, oysteomyelitic). Nontraumatic rhinorrhea is a challenge in diagnosis and choice of surgical approach. Of importance to successful surgical outcome is the demonstration of fistula. Among the non traumatic group, CSF rhinorrhea occurring with primary empty sella (PES) was first reported by Ommaya.31

Biomechanics of Traumatic Brain Injury

Ommaya’s cetripedal theory identified that the effects always begin at the surface of the brain in mild injury and extend inward to affect the diencephalic- mesencephalic core in more severe injury.20 His work showed that both translational and rotational acceleration produce focal lesions but that only rotational acceleration produced diffuse axonal injury. When damage is found in the rostral brainstem it is also associated with diffuse hemispheric damage. Prior to his work it was believed that that the mechanism of consciousness was linked to primary brainstem injury. However, the brainstem and mesencephalon are the last structure to be affected in severe injury, and rotational rather than translational forces produce concussion. Contact phenomenon contribute to the development of focal lesions, e.g. frontal and temporal lesions due to contact with the sphenoid bone.18 Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies have supported these theories. They have confirmed that the distribution of lesions follows a centripetal pattern that follows injury severity identified by the Glascow Coma Score.

Ommaya Reservoir

Ayub Ommaya first reported the Ommaya reservoir in 1963. The reservoir is subcutaneous implant for repeated intrathecal injections, to treat hydrocephalus and malignant tumors. The reservoir was the first medical port to use silicone which is biologically inert and self sealing. The Ommaya reservoir allows delivery of intermittent bolus injections for chemotherapy to the tumor bed. Agents are injected percutaneously into the reservoir and delivered to the tumor by compression of the reservoir. The Ommaya reservoir provided a great improvement for treatment which reduces the risk of infection.

Creation of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control

While the Chief Medical Advisor for the Department of Transportation in the 1980s, Ayub commissioned a report, Injury in America, from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) in 1985. This report and efforts by Congressman William Lehman and Dr. Ommaya lead to the creation of the Center for Disease Control’s, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control which began to provide synthesis, direction, and funding for the field. Congressman William Lehman and Ayub became friends when he cared for his daughter. They had many discussions focusing on the need for a center that emphasized injury prevention and research. Congressman Lehman, then chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, was responsible for the initial $10 million awarded to the CDC to establish a new Center for Injury Control. 2 The FY 2008 budget for the center is $134 Million, and it funds basic and applied injury research. Ayub served on the National Advisory Committee for the Center for 15 years.

Spinal Fluid Driven Artificial Organ

Ayub has two children who suffer from Type 1 diabetes. Motivated by his personal experience with the disease, Ayub focused on the problem of transplantation of islet cells for the treatment of diabetes. A major challenge facing survival of islet cells is immune rejection. Ayub thought that the CSF would provided an ideal setting for transplanted islets due to the immune protection provided by the blood brain barrier. He developed an artificial organ which would house transplanted islets, and the cells could be nourished by the CSF. Ayub, Illani Atwater, and colleagues identified that ventricular-peritoneal CSF shunts provided an immune protected site for the transplantation of mouse and rat islets in dogs and llamas.22, 30 Ayub and colleagues also identified that CSF glucose mirrors blood glucose. Islets cells were able to survive in this system and function in the llama model, but further work on the model is needed.1 Unfortunately Ayub was not able to complete this research.

The role of emotions in consciousness

Ayub focused much of his career on the study of consciousness, the brain, and mind. This interest derived from his reading of Pennfield’s work on surgical treatment of epilepsy. His work in traumatic brain injury was influenced by his interest in how consciousness is altered and how it recovers after traumatic injury. Key to his observations is the role of the limbic system and emotion as foundational for consciousness.29 In his view, emotion is the trigger to action and other aspects of rationality are tools to justify action. Ayub saw consciousness as an emergent property of the evolution of neural structures. Consciousness is the result of evolutionary forces directed to improving the efficiency of mental function. The reintegration of thought and action after traumatic injury provided the experimental context for Ayub’s thoughts.

It is popularly assumed that emotion disrupts cognition. However neurophysiology and Ayub’s TBI research emphasizes its fundamental inseparability. Ayub defined four steps in the evolution of consciousness. 1) reflex and avoidance reactions; 2) sensory inputs merged with multisensory neurons in the mesencephalon; 3) interactions formed between sensory and limbic systems and memory; and 4) reinforcement of thalamic neural centers which relays information between sensory and motor centers. Ayub discussed how the limbic system and emotion motivates action and focuses attention.

Not a bad list of achievements for someone the likes off Palin and that disgraceful lizard

Newt Ginrich

would condemn for his religion alone.

See this woman?

She is not in a veil or burka but she is a Muslim and a very high ranking diplomat for the United States of America, who served under George Bush and Barack Obama

Farah Pandith (Urdu: فرح پنڈ ت) (born on January 13, 1968 in Srinagar, Kashmir) is the first ever Special Representative to Muslim Communities for the United States Department of State. She was appointed to this position on June 23, 2009 by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and sworn in by Secretary Clinton at a ceremony at the State Department on September 15, 2009.

Pandith is an American Muslim born in India who immigrated with her mother to Massachusetts on July 4, 1969. Prior to her current appointment, she was Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs at the U.S. Department of State. This role was created for the first time in U.S. history. Pandith was responsible for engaging with Muslim communities in Europe.

From 2004 to 2007 Pandith worked at the National Security Council at the White House under Elliot Abrams covering a portfolio that included “Muslim engagement,” countering violent extremism, and The Broader Middle East North Africa Initiative. She worked at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) from 2003 to 2004. She lived in Kabul, Afghanistan in the Spring of 2004. Before coming to government, Pandith was Vice President of International Business for ML Strategies, LLC, in Boston, Massachusetts. Prior to graduate school, she worked at USAID from 1990 to 1993.

Thanks to idiots like Queen of Quit and her bigoted fans she has an increasingly difficult job promoting the idea that America does not hate ALL Muslims.

I wonder if Bushies know who this man is?

Zalmay Mamozy Khalilzad (Nastaliq: زلمی خلیلزاد – Zalmay Khalīlzād) (born: 22 March 1951) is an American counselor at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and president of Khalilzad Associates, an international business consulting firm based in Washington, DC. He was the United States Ambassador to the United Nations under President George W. Bush. He has been involved with U.S. policy makers at the White House, State Department and Pentagon since the mid-1980s, and was the highest-ranking Muslim American in the Administration of U.S. President George W. Bush. Khalilzad’s previous assignments in the Administration include U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan and U.S. Ambassador to Iraq.

If you follow Republican logic now that must make Bush a Commie Pinko Anti Murikkkan Mooslim too.

How about this man, another W appointee.

Elias A. Zerhouni (Arabic: إلياس زرهوني‎) M.D. (born 12 April 1951 in Algeria) is a world renowned leader in radiology and medical research. He was the 15th director of the National Institutes of Health, appointed by George W. Bush in May 2002. He served for 6 years, stepping down in October, 2008.

Soon after becoming the Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), in May 2002, Dr. Zerhouni convened a series of meetings to chart a “Roadmap for Medical Research” in the 21st century. The purpose was to identify major opportunities and gaps in biomedical research that no single Institute at NIH could tackle alone, but that the agency as a whole must address to make the biggest impact on the progress of medical research. Developed with input from meetings with more than 300 nationally recognized leaders in academia, industry, government, and the public, the NIH Roadmap provided a framework of priorities that the NIH as a whole must address in order to optimize its entire research portfolio. The NIH Roadmap identified the most compelling opportunities in three main areas: new pathways to discovery, research teams of the future, and re-engineering the clinical research enterprise. Roadmap programs were initially funded by a 1 percent contribution from each of the NIH ICs. Zerhouni subsequently created the Office of Portfolio Analysis and Strategic Initiatives (OPASI) to lead ongoing Roadmap efforts and to create the Research, Condition, and Disease Categorization Process (RCDC), an online system which reports NIH research investments.

Remember this man?

Lewis Arquette (December 14, 1935 – February 10, 2001)an American film actor, writer and producer. Bushies would have loved him for his role as JD Pickett on the Waltons. Well he was a scary Mooslim too.

These are just some examples of what Americans who happen to believe in Islam have given to America. They are just a taste of their contribution to the USA, you can of course find many more examples. These people have made significant contributions to the United States of America. The fact is you will find Muslims in the fields of politics, art, science, entertainment, health and they even serve their Country, the United States America, in the Military. They serve the Country they love, despite being hated by the right, at all levels from the boots on the ground to diplomatic intelligence.

In contrast, you will find the Right wing of America here –

spreading hate, lies and ignorance. You only need to look here to find examples of their contributions to the greater wisdom of the World.


  1. August 15, 2010 at 5:13 pm

    I dont see right wingers promoting ‘hate’, in time magazine, it plainly says “WE ARE ALL SOCIALISTS NOW”
    I think that if you really ARE and want to be a ‘socialist’ then get your checkbook out, immediately and write a check to me with paypal.

    It was not ‘hate’ when the far left went into the streets with pictures of Bush (who I hated as well) hanging from a noose, signs that said “F*K middle America” “We call for the murder of US Troops?”
    That is not hate, that is real love, eh?

  2. August 15, 2010 at 5:18 pm

    I am a NYer, I lived there, over 72% NYers, that you call ‘racists’ do NOT want a community center and mosque there. If eductated, you would understand that this is what Islam does after victory.

    Im sorry, but where is the compassion for the people who perished and were murdered at G.Zero, where is the liberal compassion for them? I dont understand liberals like you, my liberal friends CARE about the NYers, and see this as way too far.

    • Stan Michaels
      November 20, 2011 at 6:09 pm

      Look what the Europeans “Christians” did after their victory over nearly wiping out innocent Native American men, women and children? They built cities coast to coast and took their lands for their selfish greed.Yeah, this country was founded by Christians, but on whose blood? The original inhabitants. And you’re complaining about one building? C’mon man. For real.

  3. Obotinchief
    August 15, 2010 at 8:48 pm

    Since when do polls trump the Constitution?

    • August 17, 2010 at 10:59 pm

      Since when do polls trump the Constitution?
      You mean the document that is FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE? That Constitution that the Iman in Chieh, our dear leader Prez Hussein thinks nothing of and tosses around like yesterdays garbage?

      Just ONE question….WHY a mosque @ G. Zero? WHY?

      • Obotinchief
        August 17, 2010 at 11:32 pm

        Why do you lie, why? It’s not @ G. Zero

  4. August 16, 2010 at 12:33 am

    themadjewess :

    I am a NYer, I lived there

    All very nice but you now live in LA, California. So other than stirring religious hatred why do you oppose a Mosque in New York?

  5. August 16, 2010 at 1:12 pm

    Muslims won’t be happy until we’re all under Sharia law. They’re a criminal conspiracy masquerading as a religion.

    Muslims also ran many successful convenience storires. Woopee. They’re unpatriotic, alien, strange, and hostile people. Plus, they get really nasty as they get more numerous. NO MORE.

    PS Another achievement of theirs was to kill nearly 3,000 Americans on 9/11. Don’t forget that, home boy, oh yeah, a few of them in the armed forces have shot up their comrads like Major Nidal Hassan or Sgt. Akbar.

    • August 17, 2010 at 10:55 pm

      Muslims won’t be happy until we’re all under Sharia law – I agree, and that is fact, but this blog only sees other Americans that digger with him as the problem, not OUT there. He likes you and is super tolerent with you, he called you ‘cockroach’- this is the hope and change that was promised.

      • August 17, 2010 at 11:42 pm

        Says you, a self declared white nationalist.

    • Richard Murray Thomson
      August 28, 2010 at 12:07 pm

      That is what they said about the…British, Irish, Chinese, Italians, Polish, Blacks, Women, Jews, Hippies, Mexicans, Homosexuals.

  6. 1termprez
    August 17, 2010 at 6:27 pm

    Where’s the picture of the World Trade Center? Oh I forgot. Muslims flew 2 jets into the buildings and killed close to 3000 civilians. Why not mention of this fact?

    • August 17, 2010 at 7:10 pm

      What all Muslims did?

      I bet you and the cockroach above do not even know the difference between different sects of the Islamic religion?

      Are you suggesting that all Christian and all Jewish sects are the same?

      • 1termprez
        August 18, 2010 at 1:00 pm

        The title of your post is:

        “What have the Muslims ever done for America?”

        Somehow your forgot to mention the fact the all of the people responsible for killing nearly 3000 civilians were Muslim.

        Why would your forget this fact?

        • August 18, 2010 at 1:03 pm

          Quite simply really – not all Muslims did that. Political extremists acting in the name of their religion did that.

          Are we to assume all Catholics are paedophiles because of the antics of Church Priests?

          • 1termprez
            August 18, 2010 at 1:54 pm

            Not all muslims designed skyscrapers.

            Not all muslims invented devices for helping brain tumor victims.

            You also didn’t mention the muslims that blew up innocent victims in the London tube. Why is that?

            • August 18, 2010 at 2:06 pm

              If you understood reading comprehension you would see that this is in reply to a post that Muslims have done nothing for America.

              There are Muslims that make their contribution, every day, by going out to work, paying their way in the economy and getting on in life.

              This is in contrast to bigots whose only contribution to the US is to hold up badly spelled signs at a tea party rally.

              • 1termprez
                August 18, 2010 at 5:25 pm

                Well at least the illiterates don’t go around blowing up innocent civilians.

                Where is the outrage about Obama stealing money from the food stamp program to pay off the teachers unions?

                • August 18, 2010 at 6:41 pm

                  Really, what have the UK and US been doing in Iraq?

                • Richard Murray Thomson
                  August 28, 2010 at 12:14 pm

                  Ever hear of the US Army or Marine Corps? Millions of illiterates killing tens of millions of illiterates all day everyday. Regardless.

        • i a muslim n not a terr
          September 11, 2010 at 11:06 pm

          u guys r a bunch of idiots, ignorants. u do u know how many muslims r in this world? there’s 1.5 bilion, so do you think that all of those muslims r responisbole for what happened to G.zero. u just making an ignorant remarks so, think through what ur writing down..

  7. August 17, 2010 at 10:53 pm

    All very nice but you now live in LA, California.

    —I have NEVER lived in Los Angeles.

    Really, it is a serious stupid question to ask a native NYer why they would oppose a mosque @ G. Zero- DUMB. Nasty, intolerent, and totally hateful. It also shows your limit of education of any enemy *except* the ‘evil’ right wing.

  8. August 17, 2010 at 10:56 pm

    72% NYer are ALL motivated by ‘religious hatred’ eh biggot basher? The name suits you, it is a projection of yourself.

  9. August 17, 2010 at 11:41 pm

    themadjewess :

    72% NYer are ALL motivated by ‘religious hatred’ eh biggot basher? The name suits you, it is a projection of yourself.

    No they were stirred up by people espousing religious hatred, until the far right hate machine got hold of the story and lied about it, even Fox thought it was a great idea.

    • August 28, 2010 at 4:24 pm

      No they were stirred up by people espousing religious hatred, until the far right hate machine got hold of the story and lied about it, even Fox thought it was a great idea.
      ——–You cant keep blaming the ‘far right’ for not wanting this mosque right near G. Zero, MANY far left wing democrats are against it as well.

      I am against any religion that pushes their way all over the place.

      I also highly doubt this blog gives a damn about the church that was destroyed on 9/11, and NYC STILL has not allowed that to get built.

      Ironic, for ‘left wing realists’, you dont seem to put 2 and 2 together. It is all about $$$. Which is why Bloomberg has been going to Dubai and UAE.
      Follow the money and try to open your eyes, you are only being used as political pawns.

      I also take note that you CANNNOT be ‘pro-gay’ and pro-Islam. Islam hangs gays.
      While I do not agree that people are born gay, I would not ever want them to be hung or beat.

      So, looks like you would hang your gay friends out to dry…but only because of your seething hatred of the right wing.
      VERY sad.

  10. August 26, 2010 at 10:49 am

    A+ would read again

  11. August 28, 2010 at 4:35 pm

    themadjewess :

    I also take note that you CANNNOT be ‘pro-gay’ and pro-Islam. Islam hangs gays.
    While I do not agree that people are born gay, I would not ever want them to be hung or beat.

    So, looks like you would hang your gay friends out to dry…but only because of your seething hatred of the right wing.
    VERY sad.

    I am not in support of any religion, I do however appreciate that the US is supposed to have freedom of worship.

    You can not blame Islam for fascist authoritarian regimes that we in the West imposed on the Middle East. (Indeed -to follow your point – fort the $$$s). Nor can you blame the religion for them. In the name of religion all kinds of people act in a disgusting and disgraceful manner.

    If you start blaming the religion for the actions of individuals should we ban catholic churches from being near schools?

    Should we ban ultra orthodox Jews from Israel because some have thrown rocks and even acid at people who have worked on the Sabbath?

    Should we ban the Anglican Church because Uganda wants to kill gays and imprison anyone who suspects that someone is gay but does not inform the authorities?

  12. August 28, 2010 at 6:20 pm

    There are other places to build the mosque, left wing democrats agree with me, there is no argument, this has only brought pain.

    You dont seem to care that Moslems beat gays up here in AMERICA, on MANY occasions.
    You are going to have to pick who you are for.

    Civilian, individual rights, or the ultimate, which this Imam wants; Shariah Law.
    I thought left wing people were not for religion taking over government.
    Whats with you people????

  13. Stuart Luther
    August 28, 2010 at 8:40 pm

    Did you neglect to mention Muslims were members of the crews on Columbus’ ships? Or is the interest only of the modern era?

  14. August 28, 2010 at 11:29 pm

    Did you neglect to mention Muslims were members of the crews on Columbus’ ships?

    There were 3 ships with 149 people aboard, barely 70 something that survived.
    They were Catholics and crypto-Jews.
    Evidently you have not lived in DC.

  15. August 28, 2010 at 11:35 pm

    Bigot, I am sure that it is you that is bigoted, and sadly, it is seen in all of your posts.
    You believed this Sturat Luther without a shadow of a doubt, and do not believe, nor respect my opinion, because I am right wing.
    Again, I must point out that the bigot is yourself.
    I will pray that you get free of this ailment.

    You see, I named myself “The Mad Jewess” because I am honest with myself about my anger, but you cannot even be honest in the fact that you are biased AND bigoted.

    You need your own mind, you seem only to echo what the left wing says.

    See, I am not a fan of Glen Beck, he does not represent my beliefs. I am not a fan of Palin as well.

    I used to be just like ypou, however, now I listen to many different sources. I left the GOP because they are sick and demented. I also left the DEM when I was 28 years old.

    There has to be a person with his own thoughts that has balance in there somewhere.
    Because if there isnt, bigot, your blogname is YOU.

    August 30, 2010 at 8:03 pm

    ‘salaamu alaikum/peace be unto you’…i am muslim, a convert from christianity, black, a proud father of two beautiful grown daughters, and a lover of the truth, no matter from where it comes. as muslim, i am taught ‘seek wisdom- knowledge-and truth, wherever it leads you, even as far as china’…i give props to mayor b; prez obama; mr.dangel; and all other ‘rightful thinking persons’, there in nyc and around the world for their stands on the truth. one thing, i think or would like to believe is we ‘all agree the real motive behind all of this hooplah, is racism/racists ideas, and the economy’…barack didn’t start it, he inherited it, from the bush administration and other careless big spenders: ‘hell, it aint mine so why should i/do i feel guilty about how little or much is spent?’just print some more! addressing issue of ‘what muslims have done for us?’ many of the slaves/bush-beaters you imported here, like sardines in a can, were muslims, clearing the land/planting and picking ‘masters’ cotton/warming his beds and having yo babies/ dying fighting for something they won’t ever own, not even ,their rights as humans, to live as such, and at times beat to the doors of death, and then denied the right to die. forbid you/ it ‘almighty god’, why must we continue to suffer just for being born? patrick henry said it best: ‘give me liberty or give me death’. you can’t kill all of us or any one of uss, until and unless it be the will of god/allah(swt)…if you want further proof of ‘what the muslims have done for you?’ start at the beginning of it all, in the garden of eden/ now iran and iraq, where we are trying to destroy, then go to your book/the bible: how was musa or moses told by the voice of god in the burning bush to pray and submit himself to him/god? clearly, i think and know some of you are lost. i propose a way out of the darkness into the light of truthfulness: ”let us gather together, in preparation for prayer, and ask god to take the life of the one who is practicing falsely and falsehood”. how strong is your faith? mine is solid…war and peace are things we have all learned, but it doesn’t have to end in war and bloodshed. it can go on peacefully. if you take a minute to look at the way(s) things are going right here in the usa, in places we took to be immoveable, lasting forever, and it should scare the crap out of you… that’s all of this lesson i have to share with you at this time. i think you’ve got enough to eat on for today… i love you all, as the muslim i profess to be, and i vow to the last breath i have in my body ‘i will die or take a life, in the defense of you or nature whenever i witness a wrong being done’. this is not a terrorist talking. i am just a man who respects riight from wrong, and who knows the difference…i welcome feedback. olmanlee

    August 30, 2010 at 8:12 pm


  18. September 1, 2010 at 6:40 pm

    For the record, the madjewess is off her rocker and there is absolutely no point in trying to have any meaningful conversation with her. A true nut job that one.

  19. robert
    September 15, 2010 at 6:54 pm

    It looks to me that once you get a muslim out of a muslim country they are free to do something productive. Those still under the rule of the islamic dictatorships produce nothing of note. We all face paverty and death if forced to submit to allah.

    • September 17, 2010 at 4:10 am

      Not just muslims… theocracies in general have never been good forms of government. That’s why separation of Church and State is such a fundemental issue in the U.S.

      Religious radicals tend to make poor governors.

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  21. Deeann Martinek
    April 19, 2011 at 1:55 am

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  22. June 29, 2012 at 2:21 pm

    I am most grateful for this information. Obama has told the truth.

  23. June 29, 2012 at 2:23 pm

    I am most grateful for this information. Obama has told the truth when he asserted the contribution of Muslims to the growth of America.

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