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Islam is a matter of concentration

Reader comment on item: Once considered anti-Islam, senior scholar says he's now in the middle

Submitted by Big B (Israel), Aug 23, 2010 at 11:14

Islam is a a dose-related phenomenon. In small. very small doses Islam is beneficial, its adherents integrating and igratiating, so as not to arouse antibodies. As the dose increases islam changes from benign to intrusive, then toxic then lethal.

In the US we are moving toward the intrusive stage. In France and israel its toxic. In Antalia and Kosovo is lethal, all susceptible individuals either dead, banished or living in fear. How many Christians in Turkey? It used to be the Eastern Christian empire. How may Christians in Kosovo? It used to be 90 percent now gone. Lebanon?, Assyria? The fate of the Bahai in Iran? Capiche?

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