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People in glass deserts should not throw stones

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in response to reader comment: for every solution muslims must establish khilafah

Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Jul 8, 2010 at 05:02

Syed Mohammed Ali - resident in India amongst those terrible enlightenment seeking non-polytheistic Buddhists and peaceful polytheist Hindus , who is no doubt aching for his rightfully exalted position in the Caliphate of his imagination, writes:
"...corrupt and incompetent muslim ruler like salam fayyed former world bank employee..."
Why did you single him out especially? Isn't he towing the Islamic line enough?
You don't have to look very far to find corrupt muslims in fact it's very easy to find whole countries full of them.. Hey, look at tha- large muslim countries overly represented in the bottom of the table!! How surprising. I wonder what that indicates? Any idea? I guess it means allah doesn't mind a bit of bribery and graft - after all he approves of his 53 year old representative sleeping with a nine year old girl, drinking camle's urine, stoning people having extra marital affairs, having his most devoted killing people who leave his little cult, slavery and mufa'khathat is not regarded as being beyond objectionable.

"... and agent of the west hardly benefit any muslim of palestine.. arabs enjoy full rights in israel ... they are second class citizens of israel ...our problem will be solve through khilafah.."

Yes, but then how will you solve the problem of being Indian or Pakistani in an arab centric Islamic world? Please , don't even attempt to give us the cliche of the 'muslim brotherhood'. You know as well as anyone else that there is a pecking order in the 'ummah'.
"...The growing Islamic revival we witness today constantly shakes the thrones of the agent rulers and threatens West's hegemony over the Muslim Ummah. "

Sounds like you're looking for a scapegoat for Islam's self-created problems. I haven't seen any thrones being shaken. The only revival happeneing is the sense of absolute disgust among everyday people as they learn of the true nature of islam and the exploits of its former leader, the bedouin Mohammed. And the sense of disgust is further heightened by the carnage muslims wage against their own people. Though I daresay a growing number of ordinary people don't mind their suicide missions - as long as them keep them in-house.

"What the West fears most is the re-emergence of the Caliphate which will radically alter the international situation and displace America, as the world's sole super power."
Wishful thinking - showing us what YOU actually hope for. Being the great expert on interbational affairsthat you are - I'm surprised that you haven't realised , taking into account European history - that should the 'caliphate' even attempt to dominate the West at any stage - even your deserts will be glass. It really wouldn't take much . Tolerance has its limits.

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