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Arab People Do Not Hate America


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I personally do not hate America, I but hate the practices of U.S. policy bias for Israel in its conflict with the Arabs.

 

I hate the American decision-making centers, which is lobbying hard to weaken the Arab world position.

 

I think most American people want to live in peace and extend bridges of communication the Arab countries.

 

America is the only country in the world that you can enter with empty pockets and no dollars and become super-rich, it is a country of opportunity for people like billionaire Onassis. and Madonna and California Governor of Austrian origin Arnold Schwarzenegger and actor de Original Belgian Jean-Claude Van Damme and others.

 

As well as America is the only country ruled by a man who one day will gone.

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I understand your point of view but we Isreal has made Americans not like us. Jews have set up several organizations to defend them and the most significant and AIPAC.

 

Many Arab countries, have the disposal of millions to improve thier image in America, however, if Americans picture the image of the black dog then there is no hope of improving the color.

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The American People DON'T hate Arabs, but we are Afraid of your regimes and what they are capable of doing to us.

 

Not just your regimes, but other regimes from around the world. Everyone out there who can afford Nuclear IS going to HAVE IT.

 

Plus if you have seen as I have and others in how folks behave online? That in itself is scary. I don't blame other cultures on how they view America just from their understanding of this “New Medium" called the internet.

 

It's going to take alot cross cultural initiatives just so we can get to know each other better. Arab type Peace Corp Programs initiated by the Arab States, and so on.

 

It's a long road for both our cultures. As we all know "All the good things in life takes alot of hard work".

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I understand your point of view but we Isreal has made Americans not like us. Jews have set up several organizations to defend them and the most significant and AIPAC.

 

Many Arab countries, have the disposal of millions to improve thier image in America, however, if Americans picture the image of the black dog then there is no hope of improving the color.

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The American People DON'T hate Arabs, but we are Afraid of your regimes and what they are capable of doing to us.

 

Not just your regimes, but other regimes from around the world. Everyone out there who can afford Nuclear IS going to HAVE IT.

 

Plus if you have seen as I have and others in how folks behave online? That in itself is scary. I don't blame other cultures on how they view America just from their understanding of this “New Medium" called the internet.

 

It's going to take alot cross cultural initiatives just so we can get to know each other better. Arab type Peace Corp Programs initiated by the Arab States, and so on.

 

It's a long road for both our cultures. As we all know "All the good things in life takes alot of hard work".

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May God bless you. What is the Arab Peace Corp Program?

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THIS IS WHAT STARTS THE HATE

 

Voters in swing states across the United States began receiving a one-hour DVD of Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West over the weekend. The video was produced and distributed by Clarion Fund, a non-profit organization connected with Zionist and pro-Israeli organizations. The DVDs were delivered with leading newspapers mostly in swing states such as Ohio, Florida, and Michigan.

 

The film focuses on drawing parallels between "Islamo-fascists" and Nazis, and opens with a series of videos of terrorist acts. It features interviews with counter-terrorist analysts, footage from Arabic TV, and interviews with former terrorists.

 

The film's website states that the filmmakers "are against the Radical Islamists [sic] who want to impose their violent, oppressive world view, with little value for life and the manifold pleasures within", but that they feel they share the same values and fears as most Muslims. The goal of the film, they say, is to raise public awareness, link isolated terrorist events to global origins, correct media misinformation, recognize efforts for Muslim tolerance, and promote efforts to fight "the Radical Islamic threat".

 

Obsession has drawn both criticism and praise in the U.S. "Obsession is without exaggeration one of the most important films of our time," wrote CNN's Glenn Beck. The film received awards at numerous film festivals like the Liberty Film Festival.

 

But outraged Muslims have objected to the film and its distribution. According to the Council on American-Islamic Relationships, which has received a large amount of calls over the matter, the Muslims feel it is "an attempt to not only marginalize and demonize the American Muslim community". The Council believes the distribution of the DVD is an attempt to sway voters.

 

The film has been criticized for misquoting sources, poor fact checking, and including biased witnesses and testimony. Several of the analysts featured in the film have been criticized as being racist and anti-Islamic. Daniel Pipes, one of the talking heads in the film, was reported as saying that Muslims in America present "true dangers to American Jews". Nonie Darwish, also featured in the film, has been widely criticized for his belief that "Islam is the devil" and thinks "Islam is cruel, anti-women, anti-religious freedom and anti-personal freedom in general."

 

Clarion Fund, which also sells a DVD titled The Third Jihad, states copies are being distributed to 28 million homes but there is no intent to sway voters. The organization's focus, however, is only on radical Islamic threats to national security, and the group also runs a website RadicalIslam.org which recently endorsed John McCain.

 

An investigation by IPS in 2007 revealed that Obsession's production was... closely tied to right-wing Zionists both in America and Israel. Rabbi Ephram Shore, brother of Clarion Fund's founder Raphael Shore, is the head of an Israeli group which was involved in the film. Various weblinks on the group's website focus on anti-Semitism and Israel.

 

The funds for the production of the movie were reported as having been borrowed, but there is no word on where the funds for the distribution came from. A spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Ibrahim Hooper, commented that he "can't imagine that you can produce, package, distribute and advertise this product for less than 50 million dollars".

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