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Simple: The universality of Islam

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Submitted by Pat (United States), Jul 26, 2005 at 19:50

The terrorists want one thing: the universality of Islam. They hear it every week in the mosques and it is stated in the Koran, which calls for jihad against all non-believers.

According to Ibn Warraq in "Why I am Not a Muslim", abrogation is present in the Koran. Some verses cancel out others. All the passages preaching tolerance date from Mohammed's time in Mecca. Those that preach jihad against non-believers and advocate maiming, killing and decapitating are later passages, added when Mohammed was in Medina.

Sura 9.5 "Slay the idolaters wherever you find them" is said to have canceled 124 verses that advocate toleration and patience.
Dr. Kalim Siddiqui, a founding member of the Muslim Parliament of Great Britain, has written on Islam and its mission in the West and throughout the world. Among his themes are the coming Islamic global dominion, the need to eliminate all Western political, cultural and philosophical influences that have penetrated the world of Islam, and the indivisible unity of religion and politics.

Islam has a history of thirteen hundred years of imperialism and a desire for world conquest. The Jewish diaspora came after more than a century of slaughter and destruction of ancient Middle Eastern civilizations, all in the name of Islam. The ancient people of India saw destruction of their monuments and plunder of their wealth, again in the name of Islam.

The rise of the West and the decline of the Islamic world have put these plans on hold for the last three centuries, but there is no reason to believe they have been altered in any way. They are on the internet for all to see.

The only people who can prevent the demise of all human civilization are Muslims themselves. The West is too politically correct to do so at the moment.
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