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Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Religion Aside

Religion Aside

This letter was sent to Dallas Morning News on Monday, April 9th. Hoping Dallas Morning News will publish another point fo view.

Re: "Women at airport 'acting suspiciously'

Any one who is suspicious ought to be arrested and checked out for their connections, thanks God, the Dallas police checked out those two women. A thief is a thief, a rapists is a rapist, a murderer is a murderer and a terrorists is a terrorist and deserve to be thrown in the jail and punished per the law of our land. There should be no exceptions to that.

Let's keep that clean and not muddy it up labeling them African or Mexican Americans or Jewish, Christian, Muslims, Sikhs or Hindu Americans.


We, the Citizens of D/FW will not be happy if people around the globe call us the murderers of John F Kennedy, we are not. Let's not call the bad people by their ethnicity, race, nationality, or their religion either. Let's keep religion aside.

Mike Ghouse


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http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/opinion/letters/stories/DN-tuesletters_0410edi.ART.State.Edition1.4482bd8.html

Troublemakers, leave

Re: "Women at airport 'acting suspiciously' – Dallas: Police have no evidence Muslims have ties to terrorists," Friday Metro.


What an eye-opener it was to read about these two Muslim troublemakers. The women, Kimberly "Asma" Al-Homsi and her sidekick, Aisha Abdul-Rahman Hamad, are seen at Love Field conducting surveillance and acting suspiciously. These camo- and hajib-wearing, self-proclaimed "snipers" are choosing to conduct themselves in ways that cause alarm for Dallas citizens and tie up law enforcement resources, at the very least. Ms. Al-Homsi says she is a dual citizen of the U.S. and Syria. She doesn't act like she wants to be here, so I would personally like to invite her and her friend to board the next flight back to Syria.

Vickie xxxx , Richardson

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