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Submitted by Maggie (Australia), Jul 31, 2005 at 14:05

The statistics from those surveys are quite frightening. They are an indication that the general public, who are non-Muslim (every other flavour of religion and ethnic type) seem to be blissfully unaware of what is in their midst.

The ultra looney left want us to accept a form of kow-towing to the Muslims. In the USA one of the most dangerous trends to date has been perpetrated by the ACLU because of their constant anti-Christian campaign (all flavours). This campaign extends into schools, sport, business and even the court system. The latest in a string of attempts to de-Christianize the USA is the court case being brought in NC that is aimed at allowing the Muslims to swear on the Koran, as if it was Scripture (I genuinely believe that the Koran is not a work that coems from God. It is just like the works of Joseph Smith).

What is ultimately disturbing about the trends in the USA is the way in which the looney left has control over the Justice System, and through their court decisions they are making laws that are detrimental to the well being of whole sections of American society.

When analyzing the impact of the decisions of the Schiavo case, one has to look beyond the person involved and at the clear implications of the lack of justice involved in the legal decisions that ended the life of an innocent woman who was not dying, forcing her an horrific death by dehydration. You would not wish that upon an animal so why upon a disabled human being? However, keeping away from the various controversies of this case, I do believe that one has to look at the significance of the denial of basic human and civil rights that took place in the highest levels of the justice system in the USA.

What has this to do with the current subject? Everything. It is an indication that most people are asleep and not aware of the hidden dangers within our society. Those dangers relate to the attempt to undermine the very fabric of our societal values. The USA was founded upon Christian principle but today there is a great and rising danger that those values are being dumped in favour of something that threatens the well-being of anyone who is sick, elderly, and either physically or mentally incapacitated. By treating individuals as non-persons the American system is making a similar distinction to that which is made by Muslims when they differentiate between themselves as "believers" and the rest of us as unbelievers.

The looney left, represented by the ACLU has a common goal with the Islamofacists. They want an end to Christianity as well as Judaism. They want to subjugate the whole world into their way of thinking.

On the other hand there is an equally looney right wing who have similar goals to that of the Islamofacists. They want to see the end of Islam and Judaism. These are the preachers of a different form of hatred, and they also thrive on fear. Amongst this group are the people who promote the idea that we are approaching what they claim will be the Biblical Armageddon. They work to destabilise Jerusalem in particular and they sponsor a different form of terrorism. They want to blow up the mosque in Jerusalem in order to attempt to build yet another Temple on the site of the Dome of the Mound. I agree that the Mosque in Jerusalem should not be there, and that what is claimed of Mohammed at that site is total baloney. What can you expect in a fake cultish religious system? However, I do not agree with the attitude of people who want to kill Muslims in Jerusalem or to actually physically destroy the Mosque.

In the year 70 A.D. the predicted final destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem took place at the hands of the Romans. Jerusalem itself was destroyed and the survivors were forced to flee the land (refugees yet again). The Temple will never be rebuilt but that does not stop certain groups from making the attempt. This action that was prophesied by Jesus and it represented what was promised because of the action of those who did not believe that Jesus is the Messiah.

When looking at the attitude of Muslims in this context we can see that they are attempting to imply that Mohammed is the promised Messiah. I see a lot of imitation of Jesus. I see the denial that Jesus is God, and an assertion that Mohammed is the greatest of all prophets. Yet Mohammed was not a prophet. He is an instrument of destruction. One could almost describe his activity and attitude as Satanic.

That 1% of British Muslims who support the bombings should in fact be higher. Another survey had the figure at 2%. This is the reason that we all need to be awake to the dangers that are being posed.
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