Sunday, 9 June 2013

This Just In: ... "War on Terror" may Radicalize Muslims

Hamid Karzai says 'war on terror' may encourage radical Islam

LOL! ... or Cry Out Loud! ... What a Joke!

Ah Yes, ... he's the president of Afghanistan 

It's all coming back now, ... Bin Laden, Al Qaeda, the Talaban and the operational headquarters for Sept 11, 2001! ... Nice!

... Strange how the Victims of 9/11 have now become the Villains, isn't it?  

...  Have you noticed the repeating theme? 

...  You know, the oppressed Muslims thing?

...  Seems to show up everywhere, doesn't it?

'War on terror' may create radicals
Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai speaks overnight at the first day of the
US-Islamic World Forum in the Qatari capital Doha.
AFGHAN President Hamid Karzai said the Muslim world was "in turmoil" and wondered whether the "war on terror" led by the United States since 2001 was to blame for the radicalisation. 
Addressing a forum on relations between the US and the Muslim world in Doha, Karzai declared:
"The war on terror as it began in 2001 and moved forward until today has not been a happy one." "Have we succeeded in the war on terror?" he went on.
"Did we address the sanctuaries of terrorism? And by waging this war on terrorism, have we brought less radicalism to the Muslim world, or caused more radicalism?"
The Afghan leader said: "Today, the Muslim world is in turmoil from Pakistan up to Nigeria," and stressed: "In my view, the West as led by the US needs to explain itself to the Muslim world."
"If things have gone wrong, action must be taken to correct ...," Karzai said.
(Attention: Taqqiya Alert ) :
"In my view, there is much that we Muslims have to correct in our societies and governments, by showing more tolerance towards the rest of the world and other religions ... but there is also a great deal of explanation to be done by the US and our Western friends."

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