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Reader comment on item: What Do Terrorists Want? [A Caliphate and Shari'a]

Submitted by Cafer Ince (United Kingdom), Feb 6, 2011 at 21:13

The Islam is the religion of certianty, justice, and peace. It is the religion of Allah , the Exalted and The Almighty

With the State of affairs of this world can you blame what people of the World are increasingly asking for ? With any State of an organisation , can they indiscriminately kill people? This is extremism. Kind of an reactionary force. If an uninvited guest came and broke in to your home, How would you react?

We embrace the Noble Message of our beloved Prophet, Muhammed. (Allah's blessings and Peace up on Him.)

I know some of what I am saying would not sink in, InshaAllah you will become righteous and good and have Faith in the revelations of The Lord of the worlds.

I urge you.. do not be extreme in your views. How can you be a terrorist when you are standing up to your rights? Terrorism is the path of force.

The Caliphate would transcent religious ,socio-economic, problems. The Caliphate would bring stability to todays egocentric structure of power. As you best know we do nbt have a lawless exsitance.

In a sense The Caliphate would intice Humans to do what they are born to do, The Caliphate would be the pillar of Justice.

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