Arabs are closely watching for signs that the new leadership in Washington is making efforts to improve relations with Islam, which many Muslims believe were severely damaged during the eight years of the Bush administration.I don't have any problems with Arabs. I have a problem with Muslims. It was the sight of them flying airliners into the World Trade Center that made me prejudiced against Muslims. The sight of Muslims gathering in large groups and shouting "Death to America" makes me detest Muslims. The very idea of sharia law makes me detest Muslims.
The fact that moderate Muslims don't denounce and fight against their backward Taliban-ic cousins is what makes me detest Muslims.
She says that Muslims are capable of creating solutions.
"My work focuses on studying Muslims, the way they think and their views," Mogahed was quoted as saying on the website of the Saudi-owned Al Arabiya satellite news channel. "Then I should tell the president about their problems and needs, especially that lately Muslims have been perceived as a source of problems and as incapable of taking part in solving international problems and that they should work on themselves. Now we want to say that Muslims are capable of providing solutions."Well, dear heart, Muslims are perceived as a source of terrorism, and flying planes into large buildings and killing innocent people. The fact that Muslims do that is without argument. You want to provide solutions? Good! Bring us binLaden in chains. You want to provide solutions? Solve the problem of the Palestinians, who seem to be unable to get over their hatred and are unable to live without screaming "Death to the Jews!" every ten minutes.
Until then, you're just another terrorist apologist.
Another terrorist incident like the one on 9/11, and Muslims in this country will be treated worse than the Japanese after 12/7/41. You want to solve problems? You are the problem.