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Why Do Radical Muslims Hate Us?

Mark9922 Wrote: Apr 22, 2013 2:15 PM
I agree with much of what Michael Brown has to say, but his column illustrates the fact that asking "why" someone hates or disapproves of someone or some country is a worthless exercise. First and foremost, I don't care why. However legitimate or illegitimate the reasons, their answer is wrong. But second, his analysis suggests that the problem is intractable. Will America require its women to dress in Hijabs, deny women entry into the professions, prohibit them from driving and require them to leave the house only when accompanied by a male relative? No to any and all of these. Will Hollywood produce only movies that would meet with Islamic approval or change foreign policy to suit Islamic whims? To what practical end do we ask why?

What would motivate two young Muslims to blow up innocent men, women, and children? What did America do to deserve such an outpouring of irrational, blind hatred? In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, it is clear that most Americans still do not understand the ideology of radical Islam.

Bill O’Reilly noted that America had been very kind to the Tsarnaev family, wondering how they could have paid back our generosity with such barbaric acts of terror. America is a great, open-hearted country that welcomed this immigrant family and made the American dream accessible to them. Now they kill and...