An Anonymous Letter to the President from the Internet

I received this today and I don’t know the source, but the facts are correct; you can find the truth if you are willing to do the research!  Jan Kollitz

An anonymous writer to the president said:
             Have you ever seen a Muslim hospital? Have you heard a
Muslim orchestra? Have you seen a Muslim band march in a parade? Have you witnessed a Muslim charity? Have you seen Muslims, shake hands with Muslim Girl Scouts? Have you seen a Muslim Candy Stripper? Have your seen a Muslim do anything that contributes positively to the American way of life? The answer is no, you did not. Just ask yourself WHY? Barack Obama, during his Cairo speech, said: “I know, too, that Islam has always been a part of America ‘s history.”

An American Citizen’s Response:

Dear Mr. Obama:

Were those Muslims that were in America when
the Pilgrims first landed?  Funny, I thought they were Native American Indians.
Were those Muslims that celebrated the first Thanksgiving
day?  Sorry again, those were Pilgrims and Native American

Can you show me one Muslim signature on the: United States
Constitution? Declaration of Independence? Bill of Rights?  Didn’t think so.

Did Muslims fight for this country’s freedom from England? No.

Did Muslims fight during the Civil War to free the slaves in
America? No, they did not. In fact, Muslims to this day are still the
largest traffickers in human slavery. Your own half-brother, a devout Muslim, still advocates slavery himself, even though Muslims of Arabic descent refer to black Muslims as “pug nosed slaves.” Says a lot of what the Muslim world really
thinks of your family’s “rich Islamic heritage,” doesn’t it Mr. Obama?

Where were Muslims during the Civil Rights era of this country?  Not present. There are no pictures or media accounts of Muslims walking side by side with Martin Luther King, Jr. or helping to advance the cause of Civil Rights.

Where were Muslims during this country’s Woman’s Suffrage era?   Again, not present. In fact, devout Muslims demand that women are subservient to men in the Islamic culture. So much so, that often they are beaten for not wearing the ‘hajib’ or for talking to a man who is not a direct family member or their husband. Yep, the Muslims are all for women’s rights, aren’t they?

Where were Muslims during World War II?  Yes, they were aligned with Adolf Hitler! The Muslim grand mufti himself met with Adolf Hitler, reviewed the troops and accepted support from the Nazi’s in killing Jews.

Finally, Mr. Obama, where were Muslims on Sept 11th 2001?


18 responses to “An Anonymous Letter to the President from the Internet

  1. While some of this information is true, I would also call it very generalized. I mostly take issue with the term “devout Muslims”. Devout Muslims don’t consider women lower than men and devout Muslims do not agree with what occurred on September 11th, 2001. Those Muslims are followers of a bastardized version of the Quran. They aren’t devout at all. I am wondering if the writer if this letter truly knows anything about Islam other than what random facts they can look up on Google.

  2. I know of many friends who are Muslim, and they great intelligent people. Everyone knows that Muslims did not originate in America, but that doesn’t mean they are not apart of the American history. I believe this person does not understand the Muslim culture and doesn’t really care for it, especially for past horrific events like the twin towers. I know of American citizens who adopted the Muslim culture. This is the land of free, so let the good law-abiding Muslims live free!!

  3. Well somebody sure did want to make a statement to the president didn’t they 😛
    This is true, Muslims and Americans have never seemed to be quite on the same side or page. We will definitely not forget where the Muslims were on 09/11/01

  4. this letter is very interesting, while it points out several points of american history in which muslims were never apart of, it its not really fair to categorize a whole race of people because of something a certain number of the race has done. For example, just because a group of muslims were behind the terrorists attacks of 9/11, that does not mean that all muslims supported this act.

  5. I am not completely against this unknown writer because yes his points are true but at the same time Muslims have influenced our society today. I just feel like this person really dislikes Muslims.

    • Without a doubt this letter is a letter of a controversy. It does have multiple good points established through retorical questions. Although it is important to understand that this letter is saying how can Obama a devout Muslim be the President of America truly . It is also important to notice that this letter could be used for several topics pertaining to Obama.

  6. Dang! These people are really judging muslims and don’t have the right to be hating on them and show that by sending Obama letters. Like that just isn’t right because everyone deserves a chance to be understood. Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.

  7. Very controversial letter. There might be some good arguments here but non of which need to be addressed. I don’t feel that current generations should have to suffer for the decisions of there ancestors. It is this negativity that prolongs the healing process. In order for change to take place people must turn from there mistakes and move forward. I don’t know all the facts to really comment in depth to this nor do I feel it would matter.

  8. I like how people ignore the words “Devout” Muslims, they weren’t describing all Muslims, only Devout ones, and the line between Devout and not is starting to waver more to the “Not” side. A slow and steady hand, may be able to help lean it further to the “Not Devout” individuals who believe in the Muslim community, let us not forget to most religious scripts are not very loving, not including some Atheists “Richard Dawkins” is not a very loving Atheists.

    Their will always be assholes trying to fuck up the party for everyone else, Obama is clearly one of them, and DEVOUT Muslims are too.

  9. I think this person might have been a little crazy. Every person born in the U.S.A is an American. We live in this counrty because of freedom of religion. People just need to stop the negativity.

  10. The way this writer just characterized all muslims as bad is just disgusting they dont know all muslims so how could they just negatively group muslims as if 100% of them are some sort of terrorist. We as people have a lot of growing to do if their not a radical muslim and live here with no problem I have no problem because this country is based on freedom and who are we to judge.

  11. You would think by now that we wouldn’t have an issue like this in the US, on “type” of people, but unfortuanely we do. When will this nonsense ignorant chaos ever end???

  12. America is a melting pot of cultures and out of it comes out our way of life. We should respect all religions because we have a separation of church and state, no one religion is supreme, yes one is more popular then the rest but it doesn’t mean its better then the others. The writer has no room to talk unless his family was one of the native Americans. Native Americans came first then the pilgrims ( mostly Christians and Jews) and then slowly other people came too, like Muslims. Muslims have been in the world for centuries, just not in American. The peoples of Asia didn’t start coming to America until years after the Europeans.

  13. It is sad that certain people do something so awfull and their whole “group” that they belong to gets blamed. The fact that this is happening is very disheartening. People need to stop blaming a whole community just because someone from did something wrong.

  14. The letters from both writers made very valid points as to, very historic events in the history of the United States. Obama made a very bold statement in saying what he did to the American people because there is already a great sense of racism towards their entire race of people when the few radicals made front page news. With any culture, there will be the ones who want to go against human morals and think illogically, just as there is Americans who delerperatly disobey laws.

  15. I also have met very respectful muslims in my life. Of these muslims none of them are radical, none of them think badly of the America, and they all just want to be accepted. On the other hand, I have a quarter of my family that are muslims, all in which do not reside in the United States and for good reason I’m guessing. I have never met anyone from that side but I’ve heard stories of corruption and such. So, my point, you really can not make judgement based soley religion. As for the radicals, yes, go back to your own country because you’re making it that much harder for the good muslim citizens to live here.

  16. I see where this person is coming from but they have to look at it from both angles. I to have muslim friends who aren’t a threat to americans in anyway. But as Professor Kollitz said, ” I have met some radicals in the last few years”, this is also true. Muslims in anyway you look at it havent been part of American history, they have their own history exactly like we do. On regards of President Obama saying that I think he is very ignorant and cant come to any conclusions on why people would vote for his presidency.

  17. I’d like to reply to this unknown writer. “Dear Writer, I have known many Muslims during my very long life who are good American citizens and respect the laws of the USA and appreciate our freedom of religion guaranteed to us by the first amendment of the US Constitution. I regard these people as friends. However, I have met some radicals in the last few years who want to change our country and install Shirrah Law–these people live in the dark ages (in their thinking) and want to change our culture. I say to these radicals–go back to your own country and bother someone else. You can practice your radicalism someplace else; quit asking the US taxpayer to support your poor homeland. Pay your own way! Learn to live free!!!”

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