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The correct way to combat terrorism

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Submitted by frank (Canada), Jan 25, 2006 at 22:38

I am wondering about the so called war against terror, the media & the western countries are treating it in the same manner as the cold war against communism believing that they will win it one day, because it is isolated among fanatics, similar to the idea that communism was isolated within the Soviet Union.

Unfortunately it is not the case; we are faced with ideology that stems from one single book the "Koran".
The people who believe in this book are all over the world and live among us, the moderate Muslims and the fanatic Muslims. It is very difficult to distinguish between the two because the fanatics want to implement it as it preaches and the so called moderates who live among us practicing the same belief without expressing themselves in the same manner as the fanatics, they seem to be watching hoping something will happen from those fanatics and the whole world become Muslims. So every body will be happy.
To fight ideology of this magnitude we have to look at this book in the same fashion as we look at any other book that promote hatred against any other human believe. This war should be against those who possess hate literature; as a matter of fact the book should be prohibited from being available in library or even to be possessed by any citizen living in our Country.

We must realize that the existence of this book is a threat now and in the future, young generations are now living among us going every Friday to the Mosques learning to hate others who do not believe in their book will become the fanatics of the future. It will be non-ending war against this ideology, it will not matter how much we do it will always exist unless we take the proper fight to clear this ideology from the mind and the possession of any hate literature.

In my humble opinion if politician are not willing to introduce a new laws to quickly remove all hatred books from our possession, we shall take this matter to the supreme courts in all our countries at once and in the manner to become a world wide implementation. It will only be the method to stop the teaching of such hate.

The free world leaders should stay away from approaching the United Nation involvement because it is useless and ineffective. If some leaders would disagree on such implementation, than the free people of every country should take this matter themselves to their prospective Supreme Courts.
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