New Age Islam
Submitted by surinder97 (United States), May 7, 2010 at 04:29
Subj: New Age Islam
While walking through New York streets, I have seen signs in front of shops "under New Management" and "new and improved products". We know they are trying to sell the same consumer items under the old management and products are the same; nothing is improved. These are meant for transforming our behaviors, our expectations and buying habits.
Of all tyrannies of the world, Islam is still the worst. Would any infidel like to feel safe living in any Islamic country? If the answer is "yes", then, the mislabel "New Age Islam" will add more to their private crisis and future life.
2. My Take:
COMMENT: That is exactly what they are doing to Islam, by inventing new terms for Islam. It is the same phony-baloney ( of Islam ). It is the same old wine ( or poison ) in a new bottle.
COMMENT: Not only bureaucrats, but Hindus themselves are living as hostages to Islamic terror. Islamic-Jehad makes Islam even more terrifying to Hindus, especially when Hindus ponder over in their mind, that Hinduism could be destroyed by Islam & its Jehadi-Terror.
4. Quote: Of all tyrannies of the world, Islam is still the worst.
COMMENT: Truer words have never been spoken.
5. Quote: Would any infidel like to feel safe living in any Islamic country?
COMMENT: Would any Kafir ( Non-Moslem Infidel ) survive in a country controlled by Hazrat Mohammad & his Pit-Bulls ( Sullas ). These deranged Sullas will not let any Kafir subsist or survive inside their Dar-Ul-Islam. Hazrat Mohammad was a borderline schizophrenic, a delusional, and a pathological-liar. His Islam is brutally-barbaric, it stinks. It is dangerous for the existence & survival of Kafirs, both in Islamic & Non-Islamic countries.
Surinder Paul Attri
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