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What it will take

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Submitted by Darwin Barrett (United States), Apr 5, 2006 at 19:56

"Israel's war with the Palestinian Arabs" is really Islam's war with Israel and the rest of the Non-Muslim world. Islam is the agressor. It is Islam that seeks to eliminate Non-Muslims from the face of the earth. Israel is just the closest Non-Muslim country. Islam's battle strategy is "acts...of violence to compel the enemy to fulfill our will." While we are distracted by worldwide regional conflicts, the fifth column is working on the inside. That should be clear to everyone by now.

For the Non-Muslims to win would require a virtual elimination of Islam, and the liklihood of that is slim. The rest of the world would settle for peaceful coexistence, but Islam cannot, because to do so would make Islam meaningless. The West cannot make war against Islam because to do so makes Freedom of Religion meaningless. The only recourse the West has is to wage a Police Action against the overt warriors, and that is why Israel and the west are the main targets. The current World War is between the Anti-Christ (Islam) and The Great Satan (Secularism). Islam believes in "The final conflict" which may become a self-fulfilling prophesy.

The next 100 years will be very interesting.
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