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Islam is a house of cards

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Submitted by Richard the Lion heart (United States), Sep 19, 2006 at 20:36

The recent violent demonstrations by muslims in the aftermath of Pope Benedict's comments proves one more time that muslims are terrified of the truth about "prophet" Muhammed. Whenever a journalist or an author questions the authenticity of his claims to prophethood or highlights the violent life he lived, they are threaten with death by muslims. Why are muslims so terrified of the truth about Muhammed? Muslims want to violently pressure the West into accepting for fact whateever they say about Mluhammed. However some christian academics and theologians know better than to take their word for it. People let's say, like pope Benedict.

Islam is a house of cards and muslims know that. Islam is loosing huge numbers of followers and if the life of Muhammed is criticized and exposed, islam will become a joke. Well, it already is. Islam should be put through the same grinder that Christianity was put into. Christianity came out with its core values intact, however I don't think that will be the case for islam. And that has muslims scared .

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