Monday, October 22, 2007

"The Most Dangerous Nation in the World Isn't Iraq. It's Pakistan"

The October 29 issue of Newsweek (on newsstands Monday, October 22), "The Most Dangerous Nation in the World Isn't Iraq. It's Pakistan" looks at how Pakistan has become a safe haven for Taliban and Al Qaeda jihadists and what this means for the war on terror. Plus: a comparison between the 1972 film, "Deliverance," the Bush administration and the war in Iraq. And, a look at how antibacterial products have led to the outbreak of strong staph infections. (PRNewsFoto/NEWSWEEK) NEW YORK, NY UNITED STATES 10/20/2007.

PRNews Release

I agree with the summation of the analyst.
Every Islamic nation is a breeding ground for terrorists. You may say I am making a sweeping remark, but the fact cannot be denied. Terrorism is an Islamic ideology as enshrined in their Jihad manifesto. They preach it in their mosques and they unleash their terrorist hounds on their targets and they careless if the innocent are murdered by the lunatic fringe elements of their sectarian terrorism.
There are passive ones and the active ones.

The fact is, most Muslims smirked and nodded in approval when the Al Qaeda attacked the US on September 11, 2001. As I have mentioned earlier, many of them named their sons after Osama bin Laden. Osama bin Laden is the hero of the Islamic world.

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