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Nozzi: Muslim countries are too backward to attack non-Muslim countries

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Submitted by Plato (India), Apr 29, 2009 at 06:56

Nozzi, you write:

>>The obvious examples are none of the Muslim countries attack Thailand, Republic of China, Australia and etc.<<

Which Muslim country do you think dare attack China or Australia in today's circumstances? They just do not have the capacity, thank Allah. All the weaponry Muslim nations have are borrowed from infidels and pagans.

>>There are non-muslims in muslim countries point to the fact that they discourage fighting.<<

The number of non-Muslims in Muslim countries keeps dropping. A good example is Pakistan where the number of Hindus at partition of about 20 per cent has now dropped to less than 5%. The only reason I can think of is they are forced to live as dhimmis and not as equal citizens. They are being slowly squeezed out of Muslim lands. You see that happening in Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine now.

>>Muslim extremists countries allow non-muslims to migrate to their countries arre the signs of discouragements.<<

Really? Now which Muslim extremist country would that be? Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan, Sudan, Somalia? LOL. And which crazy non-Muslim would want to migrate to these nations. Would even a Muslim like you migrate there?

>>Muslim extremists countries allow foreign tourists to come to their countries for vistation and this shows discouragement of figthing.<<

Where are the tourists thronging the extremist countries I have named?

>>Muslim extremists do not fight with Germany also a sign of discouragement of fighting.<< Which Muslim extremist country has the capability to fight Germany?

>>The above examples prove that even though they say fighting, but their fightings have the constraint.<<

The constraint is that they are no match to the countries you have named. Once a Muslim country thinks it has the power to attack a non-Muslim country it does so without hesitation. Pakistan has tried it two or three times but had to withdraw under humiliating conditions.

Regards Plato

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