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Militatant Islam and freedom of choice?

Reader comment on item: [The Issue of Compulsion in Religion:] Islam is What Its Followers Make of It

Submitted by John Smith (Germany), Oct 2, 2004 at 06:17

We have to look at the core spirit of islam (="submission"= mental slavery) and that is of fascist totalitarianism and arabic-ethnic-cultural hegemony and imperialism. If you squint from that then you will be fooled by the militant muslims and their collaborators. The quran contains contradictions, ambiguities and inconsistencies galore and most human beings are too foolish or naive or time-short to protect themselves against islamists' lies...

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