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Poor Politics of the Queen?

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in response to reader comment: Poor politics of the Queen will NOT bring the two civilizations together

Submitted by Mel (United States), Jun 27, 2007 at 14:04

Ms. O'Neill and Mr. Manning: You are both sadly mistaken.

Julie, I hope you have not yet thrown in your lot with fascist Islam; you will rue the day that you do. You both seem to feel uncomfortable criticizing the Islamonazis for rioting, murdering, intimidating, and terrorizing whenever they perceive any criticism or slight to their religion. Of course, that sort of activity has been practiced in the Muslim world ever since Mohammed produced the Quran.

As has been noted so eloquently by Daniel Pipes and many others, Islam is a religion of perpetual outrage, which brings out the basest of human emotions and deeds in so many of its practitioners. It is most hypocritical for the Imams to condemn those who question aspects of their faith when they persecute practitioners of other faiths, going so far as to call Jews "descendants of apes and pigs".

How many Jews and Christians in Saudi Arabia are allowed to attend services? In Iran? In other countries under Sharia law? As you should know, the avowed goal of the most influential Moslem leaders is to institute a world-wide caliphate, with all non-Muslims reduced to dhimmitude, and with the leaden cloak of Sharia law being imposed on all nations. Of course, to achieve this goal, all means necessary will be employed. Whether you admit it or not, the civilized world is engaged in World War III against Radical Islam, and the sooner the free world wakes up to this threat to freedom the better.


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