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Iraqi Poll: 61% support killing Americans

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  1. mikey

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    61% seems rather low....I guess I'm safe because I never win anything regardless of how good the odds are.
     
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    I am confused, NEM.

    I thought we are there to help them.

    And 61% want us dead?? :confused::confused:


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    Well atleast we know now that mikey and NEM have something in common with 61% of Iraqis.
     
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    To really get a good understanding of public sentiment there, you should go to the website of the organization that actually conducted the poll.

    www.worldpublicopinion.org

    They have a couple of fascinating articles on Iraq and the public opinion there.

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    Iraqi Poll: 61% support killing Americans

    Thats not bad considering that 95% of the Muslims in the world support killing Americans and Jews.
     
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    Now I am MORE confused, Harry Boy.

    If 61% of Iraq want us DEAD, why are we spending $300,000,000 a day helping them build hospitals and schools?:confused::confused:

    If 61% of Iraq want us DEAD, what did those 2,700 American boys die for?? :confused::confused:

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    Now I am confused also Mike, if 95% of the Muslims in the world want us dead, why the hell do we kiss their a$s?
     
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    Hey moron, first of all 95% of Muslims do not want Americans dead; that is a number you generously threw out of your mouth / arse (same thing in your case) and secondly, you are repeating Mikey's question.
     
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    Hey harry_boy you better take everything Sami tells you with a grain of salt he has never met a terrorist or muslim he will not defend.
     
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    I wonder if he has heard the news today, one of the Headhunter leaders is telling Muslims to celebrate Ramadan by killing an American.

    Turkey,
    Your right it isn't 95% it's 97%, sorry.
     
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    Sorry, I was under the impression that you were there to "help and defend" them and just in case you have not quite grasped it, my ancestry is Turkish and therefore Muslim, so yes when you make ignorant, truthless, baseless comments full of hatred towards Muslims that you are "trying to help", I will correct you, which seems to be a full time job, Adolf.
     
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    Mikey once again proving he is a racist liberal...hypocrite?
    Disproving all previous opinions that liberals are truly compassionate.

    There was a time we wanted many Japanese, Russian and German people dead also.
    History has a way of working that out...those numbers will change greatly as the years go on.
     
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    Where are you getting those numbers from?
    Your regular source?
    I hope you are washing your hands, afterwards?
     
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    I respect your Ancestory and your Religion, what I find disgusting is the fact that so few "Muslims" condem the actions of what is going on in this world today in the Name Of Allah, I also consider any other religion fair game when my religion is under constant ridicule and attack and the people that defend Islam have not one word to say about the trashing of Christianity.

    When the Muslims Terrorists all over the world danced in the streets and screamed "Praise Allah" on 9/11 they themselves started all this "Anti Islamism" in America, Americans don't like being attacked "sneakily". (Remember Pearl Harbor)

    I will not speak Ill to you of your religion, because I respect a persons religious beliefs.
     
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    Harry,
    If you were to just take a short break from your rantings and try taking a look at things through a different perspective, you will see that yes a few hundred Muslims did dance in the streets of Palestine and yes a few hundred might have danced elsewhere in the world as well, but it certainly was not a majority of Muslims of the world not even close.
    How many Americans had celebratory remarks about the dead Arab men, women and children on the Egyptian cruise ship, do you recall? I remember them. Some are still here.
    They are the same idiots, you will get them in any country, any religion.
    You have been making these comments for a long time now, and the very first time you made them I told you, among other things, about Sam Weems a retired judge from Arkansas who happened to be in Turkey on 9/11 doing research, and how he was so touched by the masses of (Muslim) people who were openly weeping on the streets, hugging him upon learning that he was an American and how Turkish PM and the (Diyanet Muduru) High-Imam were among the first to condemn the attacks, and offer help in any shape or form, "required by our friend and ally" is how they had put it.
    Of course, what sells is not this type of news but the type that you keep subscribing to which fuels hatred and intolerance on Fox and the like, not that the rest of the "respectable" news outlets have done their job, either.
    Have the Muslim leaders done enough? Absolutely not.
    Could they have done more to condemn violence? Most certainly.
    But the ones that tried, have received no play on our media.
    So, do not keep coming here and attacking all Muslims with prejudice, with baseless numbers that we all know are coming out of nowhere.
    By the way, it is my ancestry that is Muslim, not me.
    I do not subscribe to any one religion even though I am a believer in God.
     
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