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Yes, Tatyana; Islam should be banned.

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in response to reader comment: Islam, just as Nazism, should be absolutely prohibited!

Submitted by Thomas Justin Kaze (Australia), Sep 24, 2006 at 06:16

Thank you for your kind comment - although I believe that all the due credit should go to Dr. Pipes in the first place, for creating this blog and thus giving peole like you or myself a chance to voice our opinions; also, I often read pronouncements by people equally passionate, if not as pathological on the subject as I am, and very often more coherent than I. But this apart, here is what I wish to add:

Any religion, any sect or a cult or an ideology who tries to impose its values on others, should be banned. Any such organization, whose motto is conversion by force and seeking the world domination, using terror, intimidation, violence and death, has no place in the civillized society of the XXI Century. End of story.

I doubt whether anybody will fall for the myth of the jihad that is solely a "spiritual" struggle; Muslims have, over the last few decades, proven beyond all reasonable doubts that their jihad is but an armed struggle to impose Islam on the whole world, to silence the critics of the words of their self-appointed paranoid schizophrenic prophet and to eliminate all competition of and opposition to Islam. In the Western language, the word "jihad" translates as "terrorism" - and terrorism is a crime; that is why I have called Islam a criminal organization, in my earlier comment.

Jihad means many thing - it means mass immigration to the infidel lands, crazy reproduction out of control, assaults on infidel locals, rape of infidel women, robberies, fraud, petty and not-so-petty crimes, burning of Western cities, erecting mosques and preaching of hate against their host countries, occupying seats in European parliaments, pushing the Islamic agenda to the hilt and playing the race or victimology card when not conceded to, and many other evil things. Finally, jihad is committing of terrorist acts and murder of outspoken critics of Islam. I must say that I am surprized - I have always believed that true virtue fears no criticism.

Since Muslims insist that jihad is an inseparable part of their ideology and that there can be no Islam without jihad, I suggest that both jihad and Islam are banned for ever - just like Nazism.

Thomas Justin Kaze

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