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I love your show and I love your comments but the (probably trulfuly) comment of terroists comming form Canada does not help us in any way. Why not talk about the terroists that come from the states. We just spent the winter down in
Arizona (first and never again) and in the pool we were accused of bringing in terroists to the US. We will continue and always go to Hawaii for it does not recognize colour to any extent ( nor do most educated Canadians)and it does not seem to have that fixation on what the Canadians are contributing to terroism.. I know both our countries have trouble...I would guess yours more than ours:) but I do think we all have to take it seriously. Canadians enjoy out multi-culturalism to a good degree but I will not say that everyone is within that web. i would love a perfect world but yea.
Your reaction is an emotional one. Yes, there is more violence involving muslims today as there was greater violence involving and fellow Christians and Buddhists and Ciommunist in the past century with countless victims. We have moved on from there. Having said that, as a muslim I am appalled by the murderous heinous acts committed in the name of Islam - I see these criminal minded people as who they are -criminals who must be removed society. We muslims are the worse victims of these criminals - they murder you and I and do it in the name of my faith - that damages me on two fronts. There are more muslims than non-muslims being killed by these criminals - why cant you see it that way. Think about it – if they were not killing in the name of religion they would be gang leaders, pimps, and drug dealers - they are downright evil. The approach should be to recognize that they are a relatively small group and yes, capable of a huge damage - let's work together to identify them – it can be done - and at the same time teach a broader perspective of humanity - that good people are from all branches of faith and no faith condones these barbaric acts. We can start with you – change your bigoted hate-mongering approach and let's work together for the good of society.
Fareed has said it best - I fully agree with him. I have responded to the bigoted hatemongers who take this horrendous murderous acts and blame it on our noble faith and on all muslims. To do so is so very wrong.
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