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Something is really wrong with Islam

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Submitted by Noah Wilk (United States), Nov 25, 2006 at 23:04

Seems to me there is something very wrong with the "religion of peace".

If Islam is so peaceful, why do Palestinian child psychologists report that more than half of all Palestinian children aged 6 to 11 dream of becoming suicide bombers? When you add in those above the age of 11, it becomes far above 50%. This study also showed that 78% of the dreams of Palestinian children tend to be violent political dreams.

Normal kids dream about being astronauts or running through toy stores or fun things like that. The "religion of peace" seems to cause violence even in the dreams of children.

If Islam is the "religion of peace", why then did it side with Hitler during WWII, praise that Nazi madman, and help participate in the genocide of Jews?

Why does the religion of peace still teach its children that Jews are apes and Christians are pigs, and brainwash them with nonsense like the blood libel? Why do Islamic textbooks show no Israel on the map, but rather a place called "Palestine"?

Why is the "religion of peace" engaging in genocide against Christians in Africa?

Why does the "religion of peace" allow for sex slaves, harems, and other perversions? Why does the "religion of peace" practice homosexual pedophilia?

Why do so many mothers of the "religion of peace" pray for the "honor" of having their children blow themselves up, taking as many innocent civilians with them as possible?

Why is the "religion of peace" so well-known for its terror acts, including airplane kidnappings, shooting crippled old men in wheelchairs, and blowing up innocent strangers?

Why are the top selling books in the Islamic world "Mein Kampf" and "Protocols of the Elders of Zion"?

Why is it that of the 400 or so terrorist groups in the world, 90% of them belong to the "religion of peace"?

Why have no major Muslims countries or organizations publicly denounced the genocide in Sudan, being committed by the "religion of peace"?

Why does the leader of Iran (a prime example of society under the "religion of peace") deny the Holocaust while promising to start another?

Why does the "religion of peace" kill anyone who leaves that religion?

I wonder...can any of the Muslims around here answer these charges without:

1. Changing the subject/evading the issue
2. Dismissing the charges by calling the accuser an "idiot", "fool", etc
3. Blaming it all on some perceived injustice done to Muslims centuries earlier
4. Bringing up all sorts of irrelevant side topics such as WWII or the KKK
5. Ignoring the charges and simply leveling false charges at Christians in return

Anyone?

Seems to me we have yet to see a Muslim or a Muslim apologist address these sort of questions without engaging in one of the 5 "escape clauses" I mentioned above.

Submitting....

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