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Kurds and children

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Submitted by Bazoonga (Netherlands), Oct 8, 2018 at 19:36

Hi Lina,

Marrying is one factor and a more serious one is raising their children. Whether or not they are tribal or westernized, the children are mostly raised as Muslims. The secular and progressive tendencies they display are superficial. The genetics will always be Kurdish.The facade is deceptive.

They are-- most of them---handsome--and women fall for that. This is how Islam spreads--peacefully without having to use the sword. They are told in Quran to incessantly keep fighting any non-Muslims till the world turns Islamic.Their infighting with other Muslims,esp.Sunnis versus Shias is soon going to end.

The Persians hated Arabs when Islam was foisted on them (ruining their magnificent empire--note Taj Mahal and other pieces of beautiful art and architecture which were predominantly Christian Byzantine,Persian,Egyptian,Christian Syrian and predated Islam but how they have appropriated these) and today we see Iranians very staunchly Muslim, albeit fighting the Arabs.They will come together under that green rag. Islam brutalizes all those who adopt it.

I have known American women married to Iranians born and raised in the U.S. The children are raised as Muslims.Why aren't they permitted to grow up till 16-18 years of age and determine which religion they wish to adopt? It's not an issue whether they grow up fundamentalists or moderates or non-practising, seemingly westernized Muslims .A non-practicing Muslim is considered an apostate and supposedly beheaded and so is they are still alive, they aren't non-practicing at all.

All westerners should wake up and rise above their superficial but traumatizing love for these blokes.

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