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FW: [Focus on Egypt] It's time for the U.S. to ask "why?"

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  • Mohamed S. Kamel Primus
    I received this message and I ma forwarding it as it is, it is wonderful respond to non-sense thinking. By the way, the first article I did forward before,
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 3, 2001
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      I received this message and I ma forwarding it as it is, it is wonderful respond to non-sense thinking.

      By the way, the first article I did forward before, (It's time for the U.S. to ask "why?"), was written by a Canadian who is non-Arab and non-Muslim

      Mohamed S. Kamel
      sherif@...

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Raed Khader [mailto:crady2@...]
      Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2001 12:37 AM
      To: CandiceUN@...
      Cc: mkamel@...
      Subject: RE: [Focus on Egypt] It's time for the U.S. to ask "why?"

      Dear Candice;

      In response to your email about a Middle Eastern condemnation for the
      terrorist acts in New York City.

      I speak for my self as an Arab American who felt terribly bad for what
      happened in New York City on September 11, and what happens to my country
      (U.S.A.) everyday, but the one thing that worried me the most, is how we are
      perceived as Arab Americans, we are treated as the bad Arabs then Americans,
      we are looked at the same way people looked at the blacks, we are looked at
      the same way people looked at the American Japanese when the Japanese Air
      Force bombed Pearl Harbor, we are always looked as if we came from hell.

      As an American, I didn't forget what happened when Japan bombed Pearl
      Harbor, when the Israeli Occupation army bombed the U.S.S. Liberty, and when
      Timothy McVeigh blew up the Oklahoma Federal building, and many more things
      that happened to us.

      I didn't forget the reasons behind all of that.  For every action there is a
      reaction, what happened in New York, was a clear terrorist act on my land,
      and I condemn it, but I know there must be a reason why these people did
      what they did to us.

      We need as Americans to stop fooling ourselves and say, these acts are
      attacks on Democracy, what Democracy are we talking about, the one sided
      politics that our government have been involved in for the past 55 years.

      There are many countries in the world that see how one sided our government
      are, but we still ignore to listen, and they all say that we have a very
      ignorant government, which I agree with.

      What did Israel do to us? Other than bring unrest and wars to the rest of
      the world?  The American Policy alienated many countries to please Israel.

      The are allot of people here in the U.S. that are just as bad as Osama Bin
      Laden and the Taliban, look at Pat Robertson, and his clan, he calls himself
      gods man, and Christian, he seems to want to bring all the Russian Jews to
      America, and Palestine, but he forgot about the under privileged Christian
      blacks in America, and the many Muslims that have been suffering the brutal
      occupation of Israel of their Home land.

      No one came and blamed the Christians for what Hitler did in Europe, after
      Timothy McVeigh bombed the Oklahoma Federal building, people raced to blame
      Arab Americans.

      I'm sick of our media calling Osama Bin Laden a Muslim Fundamentalist, first
      of all, none of what he does if Muslim like, when one person does bad,
      he/she does bad for him/her self.

      If you are an educated person, please judge people based on their character,
      not on what one bad person did.

      No one blamed you for what Hitler did, or Timothy McVeigh, of Ted Bundy, or
      Jeffrey Damer, etc...


      Salam/Peace

      Raed



      >From: "Mohamed S. Kamel Primus" <mkamel@...>
      >Reply-To: <sherif@...>
      >To: <CandiceUN@...>
      >Subject: RE: [Focus on Egypt] It's time for the U.S. to ask
      "why?"
      >Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2001 13:00:08 -0400
      >
      >Every single human been did condemn this act of terror in USA, but do you
      >think we suppose to stay all our life just refusing the attack without
      >doing
      >anything, even analyzing and trying to understand our future. There is a
      >very big thing is coming up and the map of all the world will be redraw, we
      >have to help in redrawing it in an all justice not only in revenge for the
      >victim of this terrible attack.
      >
      >This type of big disasters is a time to reflect and to try to build a real
      >justice not just to take revenge of what happened, we still have a job to
      >do
      >not just stay all over our live condemning without action.
      >
      >In my humble point of view the action we have to take is to analyze and to
      >think how to move forward to build a save world for our children, not a
      >save
      >land surrounded with missiles as the old nations when they surround their
      >cities with high fences. Arming and more arming will never work; only peace
      >with justice economically, socially, and politically can prevent any
      >terrorism from growing and from destroying our life.
      >
      >
      >Mohamed S. Kamel
      >sherif@...
      >
      >-----Original Message-----
      >From: CandiceUN@... [mailto:CandiceUN@...]
      >Sent: Monday, October 01, 2001 8:32 PM
      >To: sherif@...
      >Subject: Re: [Focus on Egypt] It's time for the U.S. to ask
      "why?"
      >
      >
      >Seems sad to me that there has been so little condemnation by the Middle
      >Eastern/Arab American community to the 6,500 deaths 2 weeks ago.  So
      little
      >denounsement of using God in such a horrific way.  Clearly we all want
      >peace
      >and justice for Palestine...but it makes me wonder if many really do
      >think"Oh
      >the USA deserves this"
      >HOw do you feel about these acts commited against the USA and the 1000 in
      >the
      >world trade center were Muslims.
      >


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