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Why Islam is the Religion of Peace

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Submitted by Prepare (Canada), Aug 18, 2008 at 18:55

Islam has a very good angle, according to Islamic principals, as to why Islam can be called the Religion of Peace. It goes like this.

Once the entire world follows the Islamic faith (under Sharia Law) the world will be a peaceful place (as their will be no Infidels) therefore Islam is a Religion of Peace.

This kind of ideology would make Hitler proud. The more I discover about Islam, the more insane it becomes. It seams to be a never ending stream of intolerance and hate very carefully blended with statements of acceptance and peace. It appears to have all the symptoms of a schizophrenic disorder. It is truly terrifying that people even try to have intelligent debate about this subject.

Trying to to discuss Islam as a peaceful religion is similar to trying to have a constructive discussion with a Pedophile, that has multiple convictions, as to why it is a bad idea to let him be a kindergarten teacher. Appeasement and continued immigration by Muslims to the west, unless corrected, will prove to be the biggest mistake of the 21st century, that may very well cost us all our freedom.

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