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Submitted by Abdul Rahman (United States), Sep 15, 2006 at 00:43

For a single radio active atom it is impossible to predict when it will decay. But for a large number of radio-active atoms half-life is very predictable. Similarly, good belief system, good value system always will yield net good results – wealth, health, etc. might not work for one or few individuals but always works for large number of people (millions of people) in the long run (in decades.).

Actions will automatically follow your belief system. Actions produce results. If the result is not desirable then one should change his/her belief/value system and repeat the process until he/she gets the desired result. This is the scientific method. 1.2 billion Muslims, in 45 or so Islamic countries, have produced very little good things in the last few hundred years. It is about time that they change their belief system.

If you keep doing the same thing over and over again, then expect the same result. Unfortunately, Muslims are the real victim of Islam. Islam is a disease that attacks neural network. I was born and raised as Muslim. My whole family is still Muslim. I know every genetic code of Muslim. I know Islamic brain. I know every blood cell of Moslem. I live and breathe with them. I am an insider.

I left Islam when I understood that Islam is a sick and evil religion. Qur'an 8:67 "It is not fitting for any prophet to have prisoners until he has made a great slaughtered in the land." Qur'an 8:12 "I shall terrorize the infidels. So wound their bodies and incapacitate them because they oppose Allah and His Apostle." Who will expose Islam to the West? Muslims? Muslims can't even see the fault in Islam, hadith or Sharia laws. Western journalist? Western secret service specialists? West has no clue. Then who? Ex-Muslims.

Ex-Muslims only are capable of, can and willing to expose Islam to the West. Not the type of the Ex-Muslims, who first converted from Christianity to Islam for some psychological or economical reasons and then left Islam but the people who are born and raised in an Islamic family, in Islamic country, grew up there, then moved away from Islam in their teen or 20s, or 30s, after getting higher education and after a lot of comparative study and thinking. Visit http://www.news.faithfreedom.org/ http://www.apostatesofislam.com http://www.danielpipes.org/ http://jihadwatch.org/ and listen to Michael Savage radio talk show on Weekdays. Unfortunately, we, thousands of such Ex-Muslims who are living in the West, can't expose Islam in public due to Islamists threats on our life and family. This threat exists even in the West. Under Islamic law our punishment is "DEATH".

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