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what good has islam to offer?

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (India), Mar 8, 2008 at 23:29

As the muslim population component grows it brings ruin upon the society. That is what the muslims, especially their orthodox kuran-wielding leaders, have proved over the past 1390 years.

Islam means submission, that means mental slavery. Hence no true muslim leaves islam. A slave feels better in prison, in state of slavery, as an underdog. Islam is incompatible with honesty, human freedoms and human dignity. Muslims are proving this everyday.

A god who wants humans to become mentals slaves is a fake god. The very name islam should cause good humans to keep themselves away from it.

The achievements of islam are largely traceable to non-islamic sources and inputs. Wherever pure islam rules it ruins the society completely and imprisons it into a fascism and totalitarianism. Besides that, islam is also a tool of arabic hegemony, ethno-fascism and imperialism.

Those who praise or protect islam are dangerous. They are like a honey-coating on a clump of poison.

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