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Happy Ramadan!

July 17, 2013 by  

Happy Ramadan!
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“Strive hard against the unbelievers and the hypocrites and be unyielding to them; and their abode is hell, and evil is their destination.” –Quran 9:73

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 1, 1960: President Dwight D. Eisenhower announced Mayday greetings to communists around the world. The President stated: “On this sacred day for communists, Mamie and I want to extend our best wishes. For the world’s 1.5 billion communists I want them to know they play a significant part in shaping the world’s future, that May Day is a time for thoughtful reflection.”

WASHINGTON, D.C., July 8, 2013: President Barack Obama announced Happy Ramadan to the world, saying: “With the start of the sacred month of Ramadan, Michelle and I extend our best wishes to Muslim communities here in the United States and around the world. For the world’s 1.5 billion Muslims, Ramadan is a time for thoughtful reflection, fasting and devotion. It is also an opportunity for family and friends to come together and celebrate the principles that bind people of different faiths — a commitment to peace, justice, equality and compassion towards our fellow human beings. These bonds are far stronger than the differences that too often drive us apart.”

Obama concluded: “I wish Muslims across America and around the world a month blessed with the joys of family, peace and understanding. Ramadan Kareem.”

The President didn’t mention ritual rape, mass murder and the killing of infidels; you know; folks like us.

As for Ramadan Kareem, that sounds like the name of an NBA player who recently converted to Islam.

When I first read the President’s message, I didn’t have a clue what Kareem meant; but it bothered me that he did.

It also bothers me that Obama just doesn’t get it about Islam, or does he? He is displaying either a total ignorance about the War on Terror (here is a hint, Mr. President: Islam is involved) or, worse, he has sympathetic views toward Islam, its goals and the murderous means it will use to achieve them.

The dateline at the top is my ridiculous invention written for effect. The truth is that on May 1, 1960, Eisenhower gave his personal approval for Francis Gary Powers’ infamous U-2 flight across the Soviet Union. After Powers was shot down and with proof in hand, Nikita Khrushchev, the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, was furious. He felt Ike was openly taunting the Soviet Union during the most important communist day of the year.

What did Obama do? He told Muslims of every ilk to enjoy this joyous holiday and ended up sounding like the pope on Easter.

Of course, Obama apologists will argue that 99 percent of Islamic believers hold no harm in their hearts against the United States. That number is not accurate, as I will show in a moment; but let’s be generous for the time being and say OK to the Obamaites.

Even if we go along with the 1 percent number, that means 15 million Muslims in the world want to see grievous harm done to the United States. I am sorry that so many American liberals don’t realize that they are on the same hit list.

For the President or any reasonable person to declare that somehow Islam is not at the epicenter of terrorism is to argue that Spain wasn’t involved in the Spanish Inquisition.

Are there elements in Islam that are parallel to Communism 50 years ago? You bet, argues Mark Steyn in his book America Alone: The End Of The World As We Know It.

According to Steyn, the goal of millions of Muslims across the world is the takeover of Western cultures; but our politicians are so politically correct that that they are either apologists or appeasers to Islam.

“Nobody wants to be unpleasant, or judgmental, do they? What was it they said in the Cold War? Better dead than Red. We’re not like that anymore. Better screwed than rude,” wrote Steyn adding:

… [T]he political class prostrates itself before an insatiable force that barely acknowledges the latest surrender before moving on to the next invented grievance. Indeed, a formal enemy is all but superfluous to requirements. Bomb us, and we agonize over the “root causes.” Decapitate us, and our politicians rush to the nearest mosque to declare that “Islam is a religion of peace.” Issue blood-curdling calls at Friday prayers to kill all the Jews and infidels, and we fret that it may cause a backlash against Muslims. Behead sodomites and mutilate female genitalia, and gay groups and feminist groups can’t wait to march alongside you…

One Poll Liberals Won’t Like

Obama supporters often pick and choose the polls that make their President look favorable. Here is a poll they can chew on, a WorldPublicOpinion.org poll from 2009:

  • 24 percent of Palestinians approve of attacks on American civilians in the U.S., and 30 percent of Palestinians approve of attacks on U.S. civilians working in Islamic countries.
  • 11 percent of Jordanians approve of attacks on American civilians in the U.S., and 15 percent of Jordanians approve of attacks on U.S. civilians working in Islamic countries.
  • 9 percent of Pakistanis approve of attacks on American civilians in the U.S., and 12 percent of Pakistanis approve of attacks on U.S. civilians working in Islamic countries.
  • 8 percent of Egyptians approve of attacks on American civilians in the U.S., and 7 percent of Egyptians approve of attacks on U.S. civilians working in Islamic countries.
  • 8 percent of Turks approve of attacks on American civilians in the U.S., and 10 percent of Turks approve of attacks on U.S. civilians working in Islamic countries.
  • 7 percent of Moroccans approve of attacks on American civilians in the U.S., and 7 percent of Moroccans approve of attacks on U.S. civilians working in Islamic countries.
  • 5 percent of Indonesians approve of attacks on American civilians in the U.S., and 6 percent of Indonesians approve of attacks on U.S. civilians working in Islamic countries.
  • 4 percent of Azerbaijanis approve of attacks on American civilians in the U.S., and 7 percent of Azerbaijanis approve of attacks on U.S. civilians working in Islamic countries.

I am pretty sure the numbers haven’t got better in the past four years. They are probably worse. That means there is zero truth to the 1 percent number that is so often bandied about by liberals.

Add up the numbers above; throw in places like Yemen, Chechnya and God knows where else; and we are talking about tens of millions, even hundreds of millions, of Muslims who approve of attacks against America. In total, I suspect a greater number of Islamists want to blow up the United States now than the number of Soviets who were in favor of doing it during the Cold War.

Muslims And Cowboys

This year, I took my wife out to the Calgary Stampede for her birthday along with our daughter and her boyfriend. Calgary is a city of 1 million people, and 1 million people go through the turnstiles each year to see what is called “The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth.” It is mostly a giant state fair along with the best rodeo cowboys in the world competing for 10 days.

This year, parking was especially difficult in part because the city is getting over a horrific flood and because the city of Calgary erected a giant tent mosque so that Muslim cab drivers can pray during Ramadan. Forty percent of all taxi drivers in Calgary are Muslim. (No word as of yet if customers are left inside the cab with the meter running while their cabbie is inside on his knees facing Mecca.)

This might seem strange if you are from Birmingham, Ala., or Reno, Nev.; but it is what you would expect in Calgary, home to Baitun Nur mosque complex, a 48,000 square foot building erected by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Calgary. It is the largest mosque in North America. The good news is that if you visit Calgary, Baitun Nur’s website welcomes you to come in and pray.

Now imagine anything close to this happening in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Each year, that city hosts the Janadriyah National Culture and Heritage Festival at a huge “desert-encircled fairground” that attracts 600,000 visitors over two weeks.

You won’t find any Christian tents at that festival. In fact, you won’t find any Christian churches anywhere in Saudi Arabia. Justice Minister Mohammed al-Issa said in April that Saudi Arabia, “does not allow the establishment of non-Muslim places of worship.”

Is it just me or does this not look like a two-way friendship? I may be wrong, but I do not recall King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia ever wishing Christians a Merry Christmas. Yet President Barack seemed effusive in talking about Ramadan. That strikes me as odd.

I am hardly the only one. Brigitte Gabriel is a Christian who escaped Islamic terror in her homeland of Lebanon. She told The Daily Caller she is afraid she will lose her liberties twice in one lifetime because of the Obama Presidency.

“President Obama is transforming the country right before our own eyes. He is sending a message to our enemies that America is weak, America is a paper tiger,” Gabriel said. “He is apologizing for America at any opportunity he can, and that is unacceptable.”

Gabriel added: “I think that if America is that bad in his eyes maybe he needs to step aside and appoint somebody where we can have a commander in chief who is proud of the United States and everything the United States has done.”

I could not agree more. But, then again, what do we Christians know? Infidels like us don’t fast and pray during the Holy Month of Ramadan. I can only hope it stays that way for my children and my grandchildren.

Yours in good times and bad,

–John Myers 

John Myers

is editor of Myers’ Energy and Gold Report. The son of C.V. Myers, the original publisher of Oilweek Magazine, John has worked with two of the world’s largest investment publishers, Phillips and Agora. He was the original editor for Outstanding Investments and has more than 20 years experience as an investment writer. John is a graduate of the University of Calgary. He has worked for Prudential Securities in Spokane, Wash., as a registered investment advisor. His office location in Calgary, Alberta, is just minutes away from the headquarters of some of the biggest players in today’s energy markets. This gives him personal access to everyone from oil CEOs to roughnecks, where he learns secrets from oil insiders he passes on to his subscribers. Plus, during his years in Spokane he cultivated a network of relationships with mining insiders in Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

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  • Suede

    He absolutely said he would stand with the Muslims. They’re running all over the WH giving advice. They are telling the administration how they want to be treated. They need to go home if they don’t conform to our laws.

    • Ron r

      What Muslim is giving advice and working in the White House ?????

      • CS Karney

        Wake up!! Valeri Jarret for 1.

      • Ron r

        Oh you mean the lady that was born to American parents ,who’s father ran a children’s hospital ,and who was in that country when the U.S. was keeping the Shaw in power? You mean that lady who happen to be born overseas like John Macain,Ted Cruz, and the many military babies borne to Unuted Atates citizens overseas every year? Like had it not been for an extended assignment when I was in the Army my youngest son would have been born in Berlin .
        You guys are so in the wrong path.

        • http://shadow1776.wordpress.com shadow1776

          If Obama is not a Muslim then why did he host the breaking of Ramadan in the White house.? Not just once but every year. Why does he want to send weapons to syria , known to support terrorism and hate Americans. Why send money we dont have to Egypt. I can go on and on of things he has done.

      • Brandon

        Mohamed Elibiary for one and others!!!

        • Ron r

          So Muslim Americans can not be trusted. Who is the guy serving life for stealing state secrects that the Israelis ask every president to pardon . And what is his nationality? Better yet to what country was he loyal ? Keith Ellison serves in congress and has access to classified information, and so does Andre Carson . Both are Muslim Americans . So what’s your islamaphobe point????

  • Ron r

    What Muslims are in the White House ? Name one. now tell me how many have died UN the name if both Christianity and Islam ?? They both kill or at least the idiots who claim to be followers do and the author of this article knows that. Or would he have this nation destroy every non Christian making the world safe like was done for the American Indian ?

    Devide the world and kill every one who does not agree with you is so Muslim , or is it also Christian?? Mr. Myers, if you don’t like the present administration try voting next time.

    • Brandon

      So you don’t believe in manifest destiny! Got it!

      • Ron r

        I just do not see very much separating the two religions as far as good or bad.

    • stephen wagner

      as soon as there’s legal voting then the People’s Voice will matter

      • Ron r

        So are you saying the president got 51 % of illegal votes. Or voter surpression will turn the tables in 2016. Or are you saying that the only way a black man can win is through fraud ?

      • Brandon

        Acorn?

        • Ron r

          Yeah, since 2004 there gave been like an amazing 8 or 9 cases of voter fraud and one case of someone trying to vote using someone else’s name. Yeah that really put Obama over the top guys. When people see extreamist they vot against them. Extreamist have a way of defeating themselves . This is a centrist country.

  • http://shadow1776.wordpress.com shadow1776

    Obama is a muslim, he has hosted the break of the fast in the White house, surounded by his hateful Islamist friends. If the Muslim religion is so peaceful, then why are 98 percent of Terrorists Muslim.? I say round them up and, and ship them out… They don’t belong in a country founded by christians , and based on God. Send those hell hounds home, we can start with the Terrorist in office.

  • CS Karney

    No one ever mentions Obama’s advisor, Valerie Jarret, born in Iran and an American hater. She threatened everyone who didn’t vote for Obama last election saying, “we know who you are and we won’t forget!”
    Texas has already been punished. They turned loose our prisoners and stopped help for West, saying they are broke but send money to Egypt!

  • flashy

    I take it from the tone of his,article that during the Stampede, Myers was in fear and armed the entire time…expecting to be attacked by a Islamic jihadist.

    Typical ploy by the masters of the extremist….keep the fear alive. Divide America, tell folks to be afraid, offer no solutions. Create a ” them” versus “us” … and never stop.

    BTW … Terrorism isn’t a monopoly by Islamist extremism. Christians are just as exemplary in having members in that group. Islamic terrorism is the fad de jure.

  • Brandon

    I think the author ( obviously conservative) is trying to point out deception by greatly exagerating numbers in order to mislead the people, pointing out inequalities around the world, what’s expected of us but can’t expect the same in return!!! I have been in several mideastern countries and if you are a Christian, it is definitely their way or the highway!!! The Bible is illeagal in several mideastern countries! The fact that America should stop apologizing for all the wrong in the world! That this president is weak!! Bowing to leaders of other nations as a subordinate instead of the leader of a superpower!!! If you want to be liberal then fine, all are needed, just please, if you lean to the far left, please exept this country was founded by Christians and molded a scociety accepting of, not relenting to, other cultures! We have our own identity and it should be preserved at all cost, if you consider yourself American then don’t discount all that has been done to keep it a sovereign nation!!!

    • Ron r

      I m not sure how or why some would say this country is weak or that the president bows to other leaders and because he may have tried to do it the right way. As for how we as a nation are looked at by others, you would think the invasion of a Muslim country who had done nothing to us would twist their opinion of us. It’s like we played into their conspiracy that we were waging a war on Islam. (Extremist Islam ) all that said my point is that thus president is no more pro Islam than any past president. In fact he’s most likely killed more extremist.

      • Brandon

        Because he literally did it on two occasions, considered a no no among leders of nations!

        • Ron r

          So
          Obama is the only president to do that? Or is he the only one to do it right. Either way I have a theory on it but I will keep it to myself.

      • Brandon

        Just so you know, Queen of England and King of Saudi Arabia!

      • Brandon

        I am all for stop being the worlds police!!!! If u were in the military for 20 yrs as I was also, you know the average citizen doesn’t know most of time we are asked to help!!! It happens a hell of alot more than people think! A lot of people think they know how our branches of government work in this republic, sad thing is most don’t!!! I continue to educate myself everyday and the more you learn the more you see how far we have strayed, corruption is rampant, and that people in power now would rather lie an deceive than relinquish their ELECTED power for the greater good!

      • Brandon

        Muslims have been against us politically since 1947, religiously, since before the crusades!!!

        • Ron r

          And what did the so called we do to piss them off in 1947.

      • Brandon

        Please read Ron, our tax dollars at work!!!

        Recently, Egyptian President Mohmmed Morsi was overthrown in a military coup.

        And so of course President Obama’s reaction was to send a military junta F-16′s.

        This is illegal.

        But in all all too familiar story the Obama Administration is ignoring the law.

        I wrote a piece of The Washington Times detailing how President Obama is skirting American law and why this is issue in Egypt is so vital.

        Paul: The coup that isn’t as Obama disregards his duty to cut off Egyptian aid

        Egypt has undergone a coup, deposed its leader and the military has installed a new president. The situation is unpredictable, unstable and volatile. The country remains in a state of unrest.

        What do we do? We send them F-16s.

        U.S. law states that we can’t send military and other types of aid to any country whose duly elected head of state is deposed by a coup. U.S. law clearly says that we cannot send such aid where the military plays a decisive role in the coup.

        This law allows no presidential waiver. Aid cannot be reconsidered or restored until a democratically elected government is elected.

        Yet, as President Obama has so often done with other laws and even the Constitution, he ignores it.

        The Obama administration has refused to acknowledge that the military takeover in Egypt is a coup. When asked directly to spell out the State Department’s definition of a coup, spokeswoman Jen Psaki refused, saying only that, “I’m happy to get you that, but I wouldn’t ascribe, you know, specific words. Each scenario is different. And if you need our specific, formal, government definition, we’ll get that around to everybody.”

        The State Department has yet to send a response.

        We once had a president who parsed the meaning of the word “is.” Now we have a president who denies a coup has taken place in Egypt when, by any conventional definition, it most certainly has. The president of Egypt was placed under house arrest. The military took over the television stations. The military took control of local police and all forms of local and national government.

        Still, Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told CNN, “If this were to be seen as a coup, then it would limit our ability to have the kind of relationship we think we need with the Egyptian armed forces.”

        Thursday morning, it was reported that this relationship included delivering four F-16 fighter jets to Egypt in the next few weeks in addition to the eight we sent in January. Another eight are scheduled to ship later this year.

        To what end?

        In January 2011, some of the jets we gave to President Hosni Mubarak were used to intimidate protesters — the same people whose protests helped to overthrow Mr. Mubarak and replace him with Mohammed Morsi. Not surprisingly, Gallup reported in February 2012 that 71 percent of Egyptians opposed U.S. foreign aid to their country.

        When both Mr. Mubarak and Mr. Morsi were overthrown, protesters held signs criticizing U.S. aid to “dictators.”

        It should also be noted that when the Egyptian military helped oust Mr. Mubarak — the classic definition of a coup d’etat — the Obama administration also declined to acknowledge even then that a coup had taken place.

        When we continued giving F-16s to Mr. Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood after Mr. Mubarak, I offered an amendment to stop military aid to Egypt.

        It was defeated 79-19.

        The United States has cut off weapons aid in the past after military officers overthrew civilian governments in the Ivory Coast, the Central African Republic, Fiji, Honduras and Mali. In Egypt, however, where the regimes are constantly changing, our foreign-aid policy never does.

        This week, I introduced legislation again that would cut off foreign aid to Egypt. We either have a nation of laws, or we don’t. If we are a nation of laws, foreign aid to Egypt should immediately end.

        If instead, we are now just governed by popular prejudice and unlimited executive ability to contravene the law, then perhaps we should be looking at Washington to determine whether or not a coup has occurred.

        washingtontimes.com

        • Ron r

          The Egyptian army was die those wepons from the Bush administration . The se at that along with the United States kept the last dictator in power for over 30 years. I say better to give / honor the purchase with them than to sell arms to Iran like Reagan did. The problem with some in the right is that they would like to pick the dictators and not let the people pick. Mosul was elected and because the United States did not like the out come of the election the military did what America wanted.

          The answer to this puzzle is for is to leave those people alone and let them run their own country, don’t blame Obama because he does not beleive in gunboat diplomacy .

    • Ron r

      The author is an oil and gold man who’s only intrest is the exploitation of the misinformed, and when he had the chance to give back to this great nation with service, chose to send other in harms way like his hero Dick Cheney .

      • Brandon

        Just to answer you question, it was the creation of Israel

        • Ron r

          And why would that upset them ?? Was there some trickery there or something??

  • Kerry Huff

    Unfortunately no one notices Mr. Obama and his satellites have never renounced Islam, he merely states he is Christian. If you analyze his statements and actions it is obvious he hates Christians/other faiths and is an Islamic Jihadist himself. He just hides it better than most.

    • Ron r

      And I assume you are a Christian hiding behind, well hate. The way so called Christians treat Obama of I were him I would become Buddhist , because more mirdee and war have taken place because if both Islam and Christianity than any other. Seems the two are always trying to out kill the other.

  • Brandon

    All need to see

    Please read!!!! Very important!!!

    Recently, Egyptian President Mohmmed Morsi was overthrown in a military coup.

    And so of course President Obama’s reaction was to send a military junta F-16′s.

    This is illegal.

    But in all all too familiar story the Obama Administration is ignoring the law.

    I wrote a piece of The Washington Times detailing how President Obama is skirting American law and why this is issue in Egypt is so vital.

    Paul: The coup that isn’t as Obama disregards his duty to cut off Egyptian aid

    Egypt has undergone a coup, deposed its leader and the military has installed a new president. The situation is unpredictable, unstable and volatile. The country remains in a state of unrest.

    What do we do? We send them F-16s.

    U.S. law states that we can’t send military and other types of aid to any country whose duly elected head of state is deposed by a coup. U.S. law clearly says that we cannot send such aid where the military plays a decisive role in the coup.

    This law allows no presidential waiver. Aid cannot be reconsidered or restored until a democratically elected government is elected.

    Yet, as President Obama has so often done with other laws and even the Constitution, he ignores it.

    The Obama administration has refused to acknowledge that the military takeover in Egypt is a coup. When asked directly to spell out the State Department’s definition of a coup, spokeswoman Jen Psaki refused, saying only that, “I’m happy to get you that, but I wouldn’t ascribe, you know, specific words. Each scenario is different. And if you need our specific, formal, government definition, we’ll get that around to everybody.”

    The State Department has yet to send a response.

    We once had a president who parsed the meaning of the word “is.” Now we have a president who denies a coup has taken place in Egypt when, by any conventional definition, it most certainly has. The president of Egypt was placed under house arrest. The military took over the television stations. The military took control of local police and all forms of local and national government.

    Still, Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told CNN, “If this were to be seen as a coup, then it would limit our ability to have the kind of relationship we think we need with the Egyptian armed forces.”

    Thursday morning, it was reported that this relationship included delivering four F-16 fighter jets to Egypt in the next few weeks in addition to the eight we sent in January. Another eight are scheduled to ship later this year.

    To what end?

    In January 2011, some of the jets we gave to President Hosni Mubarak were used to intimidate protesters — the same people whose protests helped to overthrow Mr. Mubarak and replace him with Mohammed Morsi. Not surprisingly, Gallup reported in February 2012 that 71 percent of Egyptians opposed U.S. foreign aid to their country.

    When both Mr. Mubarak and Mr. Morsi were overthrown, protesters held signs criticizing U.S. aid to “dictators.”

    It should also be noted that when the Egyptian military helped oust Mr. Mubarak — the classic definition of a coup d’etat — the Obama administration also declined to acknowledge even then that a coup had taken place.

    When we continued giving F-16s to Mr. Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood after Mr. Mubarak, I offered an amendment to stop military aid to Egypt.

    It was defeated 79-19.

    The United States has cut off weapons aid in the past after military officers overthrew civilian governments in the Ivory Coast, the Central African Republic, Fiji, Honduras and Mali. In Egypt, however, where the regimes are constantly changing, our foreign-aid policy never does.

    This week, I introduced legislation again that would cut off foreign aid to Egypt. We either have a nation of laws, or we don’t. If we are a nation of laws, foreign aid to Egypt should immediately end.

    If instead, we are now just governed by popular prejudice and unlimited executive ability to contravene the law, then perhaps we should be looking at Washington to determine whether or not a coup has occurred.

    washingtontimes.com

    • Brent black

      Our laws dont apply to bho. The majority of people in this country dont care. Nobody can prove either of those statements false. This country cannot stand if the laws dont apply or are not enforced. I dont understand why the people in this country are unwilling to stand up en masse and throw this bunch out.

  • Nomad

    What percentage of Americans approve the attack and killing of other nationalities. Obviously more than all the nationalities you mention above. Millions have died because nobody in America protests the mass kills. Drones, occupations, CIA uprisings, overthroughing of governments, etc. You wonder why people on Earth hate Americans.

    • Brandon

      You have to remember, weather it is envy or another reason, other countries won’t like us wether we give them a reason or not

  • Kathy Priest

    Political correctness has no place in our society.

  • http://won5vin.wordpress.com won5vin

    Socialism, which will take away our freedom of speech and guns, is being used as a stepping stone to Islamic control, which will prove that socialism was the opium of the people and socialists were the useful idiots for the “oppressed” muslims. There is a great need for a political party that is relevant to the people who have died and are willing to die to restore and preserve constitutional freedom. A knowledge of history and the reading of article V of the U.S. Constitution makes it plain to me that the states own the Constitution and the admendment process. The supreme court (i.e., the federal government, assumed the right to judge the constitutionality of laws and actions. Under the constitution, this should be a function of the state supreme courts. I have heard that a lot changed for the worst after the civil war and admit to being presently uneducated about those changes. I do understand that we do not have a constitution unless a sufficient number of people believe we do and vote accordingly.

    • Ron r

      My god another Muslim, socialist, liberal tirade about the decline of western civilization. Ashame that had it not been for those liberal commie, bastards protesting the Vietnam war we may have spent ten more years there. Just awful.

  • rick lee

    Sir…you are one BIG idiot !!!!!! To chastise the president for extending a hand to the muslim people, to better spread the word of peace throughout the world and to attempt to build a better relationship between us “infidels” and a world that is “different” from ours…you idiot !!!!! The thug muslims that are spreading terrorism throughtout the world are NOT representative of the mass population of the muslim world. I don’t agree with there “theory” of religion but I was born in a different world than them but they were also born and raised in a different world than us also making them to not agree to our “theory” of religion…so….for the president trying to extend a hand to bridge that is a DAMN good jesture and to hell with you for trying to make an issue out of a good will effort. Just glad you’re not president

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