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In the name of Allah the most Benevolent and the Most Merciful May this find you in the shade of Islam enjoying the mercy the protection and the grace of Allah Muslims love to live in the US but also love to hate it Many openly claim that the US is a terrorist state but they continue to live in it Their decision to live here is testimony that they would rather live here than anywhere else As an Ismaili Muslim I know for sure that nowhere on earth will I get the same sense of dignity and respect that I have received in the US No Muslim country will treat me as well as the US has If what happened on September 11th had happened in India the biggest democracy thousands of Muslims would have been slaughtered in riots on mere suspicion and there would be another slaughter after confirmation But in the US harsh treatment has been kept in check by media and leaders In many places hundreds of Americans have gathered around Islamic centers in symbolic gestures of protection and embrace of American Muslims In many cities Christian congregations have started wearing hijab to identify with fellow Muslim women In patience and in tolerance ordinary Americans have demonstrated their extraordinary virtues It is time that we acknowledge that the freedoms we enjoy in the US are more desirable to us than superficial solidarity with the Muslim World If you disagree than prove it by packing your bags and going to whichever Muslim country you identify with If you do not leave and do not acknowledge that you would rather live here than anywhere else know that you are being hypocritical It is time that we faced these hypocritical practices and struggled to transcend them It is time that American Muslim leaders fought to purify their own lot The culture of hate and killing is tearing away at the moral fabric of
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