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By Ghanizada - Thu Feb 23 2012, 8:35 pm

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  1. @George Douglas: I agree with you only a bit, but I disagree with you on the rest of your statement. First of all, as a veteran, you should not be ashamed of your president. President Obama apologizing for the burning of the Quran does not mean that he is weak as a leader, it is actually very classy act and it puts the U.S and the citizens of the U.S. in a good light. I think you should be proud as a veteran and proud of President Obama for his bright and clever behaviors. As an Afghan, now residing in the U.S. and as a U.S. Citizen, to be honest with you, I don’t want the troops to return, for their presence in Afghanistan is very essential. Not only important for U.S. but for Afghanistan as well. I would love to see troops to come back, but I think it is too early as you know that Taliban is still present and I don’t understand why the Afghan and U.S. govts are trying to negotiate with Taliban. Their ideal and mindset is to take back the country to the stone age and if they get the chance, they will take the whole world back to the stone age era. And, speaking of Islam, it is not an ancient or stone age religion, it is actually still considered a new religion, for it is far more newer than Bhuddism and Christianity. As an Afghan I get sad when I see the people in Afghanistan despite of all the problems that they have been enduring for the past 30+ years still sinking deeply into religion, which will take them nowhere. Thank God that I am not religious. Having faith is always good, but causing a chaos over the burning of Quran is not necessary, but they do and those who burned it they know that it is a very sensitive issue to cause problems. It is either the dirty act of Taliban themselves or it is just another political game, or it could be the work of some nobody just to cause problem.

  2. Who’s Barack going to apologize to for the killing of the Americans?  Us?

  3. Look, folks!  His name is AFGBOY. Maybe he should take his slanted opinion back to the country he came from.

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