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Reader comment on item: [U.S. Intelligence: ]"Moslem States Represent a Potential Threat to World Peace"

Submitted by Vijay (United Kingdom), Feb 13, 2006 at 10:16

While the report was spot on prognosis, it failed to recommend what to do about it.? The Muslim world, while powerless as a military force, is deploying 'soft weapons' like 'redressal for offence', multiculturalism, outright threats and bullying by anonymous people, appealing to western sense of justice even while undermining it, etc.

It is time to get tough with such enemies who just want to exploit other people's goodness for their own medieval ends. To start with, the Muslims in the west be told that if they cannot live by western codes of conduct, they should go back to their countries where they came from. After all Ummah offers them 57 nice Muslim countries to go back to. Secondly, all financial and military aid be stopped to all Muslim countries unless they adhere to minimum standards of religious and social tolerance. After all WTO engages in financial aid tied to market liberalization;

If Muslim countries have slightly more power than they have today, they would not blink an eyelid to make outrageous demands on other countries
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