High Noon in the Middle East
Reader comment on item: In Mideast, Bet on a Strong Horse
in response to reader comment: Acomplices to ... Islam
Submitted by Kiel Hesselmann (Denmark), Mar 20, 2010 at 15:26
- A reply to s.p. attri
Thank you for your feedback and further comments. I can't say that I disagree on one single point - but you wide out the perspective of this urgent matter. And that is to see how things are related, and not at all that atomized that certain people wish you to believe.
To the apologetes of Islam you ought to believe, that the jihad is a brand new revolutionary concept - especially tailor-made for the poor and unfortunate in the socalled Third World. No! It's not so. We have had Communism, Fascism, and Nazism. Now we all should believe, that Islamism is something else. It's actual quadrennial, the fourth edition of an old model to terrorize humanity. And the ShariaState Iran is the primus inter pares in this devil-bent ride towards apocalypse. The Mullah-state is behind nearly all of the Islamic terror today, Hamas, Hezbollah, branches of al-Queda, al-Shabab, and the newest pupil in the terror-class Lashkar-e-Taiba. The latter has done its bloody work in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India. Lashkar-e-Taiba means something like the clean army or the righteous army. Like their predesessor, the National Socialists, they are obsessed with everything "clean". Clean of infidels, capitalists, Jews or everybody percieved as not belonging.
Iran's building up to "High Noon" in the region with the Ayatollas' nuclear ambition is a dangerous situation. It demands firmness - not appeasement. Can President Obama deliver the goods? I doubt!
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