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Opinion: Dear Mr. Laden,

SOURCE: the Pakistan Forum..pakistanforum@yahoogroups.com

Dear Mr. Laden,

Gradually we are beginning to see the "Islam" and "Jihad" propagated by you. Your 'hosts', just today, claimed that you are 'missing.' Then out of nowhere a letter shows up where you, like any traitor to the Muslim people, ask people of Pakistan to stand up against their government.

This is your 'Islam.' This Islam lets you lie to the world that you are 'missing' but then suddenly you not only show up, you write a letter to revolt. If you are a brave man, why don't you stand up and face the enemy. Did you ever hear the Messenger(pbuh) hide and issue Fatwa to incite Muslims to revolt against their own Amir.

I don't know who taught you this terrorism and mischief you term as Islam. You must be ashamed of yourself for such a conduct. This is a disgrace to Islam propagated by Quran and practiced by the Messenger(pbuh).

In no way or shape the Messenger(pbuh) ever asked to target innocent people. You did not even spare Muslims in Tanzania. 10 out of 12 killed in Tanzania were Muslims.

You are enemy in the guise of a friend. You are nobody's friend but Mullah Omar's whom you have given your daughter in a grave call Topi Burqa. You don't belong in the people of Pakistan who have given tremendous sacrifice for their homeland. You are enemy of Pakistan because you want the world to have a go at Pakistan's nuclear facilities in fear that your pagan hosts will take over them.

O enemy of Muslims! Stop deceiving us. Live in your hell called Afghanistan where Allah(swt) does not even care to look anymore. Live in the land of civil war, hunger, strife, poverty and plunder and enjoy the Jannat you have been trumpeting.

May you earn what you are hoping for and not find even peace there. And that you shall not.

Regards,

Shahid Mahmud

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