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The Religion of Peace

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Submitted by Arlinda DeAngelis (United States), Nov 22, 2004 at 21:28

And so the "religion of peace" strikes again.

Could it be that the ideology of a smooth and seamless multi-culturalism is not as smooth and seamless as proclaimed? Could it be that Islamists have no intention of ever becoming part of the country to which they emigrated? Could it be that the global threat is real?

We are faced with a threat that will consume the planet unless we understand that what happened in Israel for the last forty years was so successful that Islam has taken its murderous road show worldwide. We in the West sat and watched and talked and made plans and road maps and concessions while the murders of innocent Israelis went on and on and on. The world condemned the Israelis for trying to stay alive! Arafat the murderer got a Nobel Peace Prize!

It took two bombings of the World Trade Center for the Americans to wake up one morning and watch three thousand of us die in the Jihad. It cost these slaughterers of the innocent two countries and yet they continue in this sick culture of death and destruction. Will it ever end?

If the "recognition" of this worldwide plague is indicated by Monsieur Chirac's response to Arafat's death ("I bow before this great leader"), Germany's blind eye to the terrorists among them, Spain's scampering out of Iraq when their trains were bombed, and the continuing anti-American and anti-Israeli hatred coming from the Euros, we have a long and horrific future ahead of us.

We will win this battle, but it's going to cost us an enormous price thanks to Europe's obsession for cheap oil. Then again, Europe has always held a secret fascination for fascism whether it comes from within or from the Middle East.
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