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Baning Koran = War On Islam

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Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Aug 29, 2007 at 15:43


Not that that is necessarily a bad thing, but it isn't very practical. Nevertheless, practical or not, it is still proabably inevitable, as will only become more obvious the more they attack us, and everyone else.

Islam, as founded by Mohamed, is a militaristic cult using religion as it's justification. The good and bad are so intermixed that I don't see any hope of reform without gutting the whole thing to the point that it will no longer be "Islam."

As proof, I can cite, as I have often before, the Saudi ex-chief Justice who says, . . .

"And you will not find any organization past or present, religious or nonreligious as regards (Jihad and military) (ordering) the whole nation to march forth and mobilize all of them. into active military service as a single row for Jihad in Allah's Cause so as to make superior the Word of Allah (i.e. none has the right to be worshipped but Allah), as you will find in the Islamic Religion and its teachings. "

Before 9/11 you could find that sort of material, and much worse, on virtually every Muslim website or their links, which means the leadership is all committed to Jihad. So, even if some of their followers aren't, that is not relevant unless those followers demand change. Unfortunately, the punishment for such followers tends to, shall we say, "discourage" dissent.

As we can see, the problem is only getting worse over time. If we begin with the assassination of Robert Kennedy in 1968 by one of the so-called "palestinians," who have been the primary instigators of the modern jihad movement, and then follow the current running tally, we see that it has snowballed to the point that short of all out war with victory, it will not be stopped.

We can't pretend the problem isn't real. We also can't wish it away, hope for change from within, expect diplomacy to help, or buy them off by giving them what they want because to achieve their ultimate goal, they want it all.

What I find most frustrating is that many, if not most, are not even up to where I was 7 years ago, and they show little or no sign of change anytime soon. Untill most of us clearly understand the danger, an all out war with Islam isn't possible.

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