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Dealing with Muslims in the Mideast

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Submitted by John Noble (United States), Oct 2, 2012 at 00:47

Our relations with Muslim leaders should be based on making it clear that any attack on Israel by an Islamic country or their proxies would result in a U.S. military takeover of the attacking country, and the elimination of the practice of Islam, which the United States deems to be a totalitarian crime syndicate with a religious front. We should further warn Islamic nations that if if becomes necessary for the U.S. to get involved in defending its ally Israel, all Mosques will be demolished and all Muslims will be deported and combatants executed. A military governor would be installed to oversee the transition of a western style government with the new inhabitants from other nations, untarnished by the venom of the false Prophet. If that draws other nations into the conflict, nuclear weapons will be administered as necessary until all Islamic threats are neutralized. A nuclear solution is probably the best way to discourage the virulent growth of anti-Semitism, and bring peace to the Middle East. Otherwise, there is no other way to stop the atrocities that have characterized Islam since Mohammad appointed himself spokesman for the false god "Allah," which was the crescent Moon god of the Arab world, the chief idol of Arabian idol worshippers for hundreds of years before his time. The mind control game that has resulted in Sharia compliance can be stopped by taking a hard right turn. Western nations must understand that (a) freedom is a Judeo-Christian concept that came out of the Bible, and (b) Muslims are modern day Canaanites who they cannot be rehabilitated as long as they belong to that cult. Islam itself cannot be reformed. Muslims must either leave Islam or be militarily defeated. That should be our message, and we should be resolved to back it up with action.

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