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The entire Muslim Ummah needs to Apologise for its actions

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Submitted by Ibrahim (India), Feb 7, 2009 at 02:53

Muslims have done irreparable damage to this world by their actions. By acting in accordance with the Qur'an and Sunnah, Muslims have proved to the world that theirs is a dangerous creed. I feel that its high time that entire Muslim Ummah apologizes for its actions, both past as well as present.
Muslims have created havoc wherever they went. Great civilizations like those of India, Egypt, Syria, Mesopotamia, Persia, etc were destroyed by the attacks of the Muslims who considered it, and Islamically speaking, their duty to slaughter infidels.

Even today Islamic terrorism has lead to the deaths of millions throughout the world. Not even a single day goes by when Islamic terrorists do not kill, maim or rape someone. Most of the times the victims are Muslims themselves.
Even if we buy the Muslim apology that Islamic terrorism has something to do with the so called Imperialism of the West, how are the attacks on Muslim civilians in the Islamic countries justified by that line of thought.
More 200 girls schools have been banned in Swat, men are being killed since their pajamas touch their ankles. I mean common, we are living in the 21st century. Following the dictates of 7th century barbarian and considering others Jahil is nothing short of stupidity.

I, as a former moderate Muslim and now an ex-Muslim, apologize for what my ancestors did to the people around the world. I know my apology is not enough to heal the millions of the wounds that Muslims have inflicted upon this world.

At the moment I cant think any better nor am I in the position to really make a big change in the existing scheme of things. All I can do is to urge the Non-Muslim world to step up and help the Muslims around the world. The most significant step that needs to be taken right now is to put a ban on all the Islamic TV Channels, Dawa'h organizations, newspapers, websites, etc. It might sound harsh to the reader, but this will be a really worthwhile effort. Most Muslims have been brainwashed through the media which concocts stories and tells them that the entire Non-Muslim world is their enemy.

I appeal to the entire Muslim Ummah through this Forum, to change their views and the way they perceive this world. At the end of the day we are going to be the biggest losers if we don't change our ways. Someday and that day is not far off, the Non-Muslim world will loose its patience and all hell will break loose. I don't want to sound like a war monger, but as I see things war is definitely in the pipeline.
I hope that Muslims do mend their ways before its too late and stop being obnoxious people.

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