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Don't "ban" Islam: Instead make Muslims appear stupid vis-a- vis others

Reader comment on item: Ban Islam?

Submitted by V. RAJAGOPALAN (India), Sep 3, 2007 at 02:59

Dear Mr. Daniel Pipes, Bangalore, 03.09.2007

The article "Ban Islam" was interesting. Any ban will only strengthen the Muslims' faith in their destructive faith.

The non-Muslims are actually illiterate about the religion of Islam. Even so with many peace loving Muslims as well. That is why we have people parrotting "Islam is a peaceful religion" "The terrorists have hijacked Islam", etc. Why don' t we make the Koran easily accessible to everyone, especially with the verses of ignorance, backwardness and violence highlighted ? Actually even now, internet editions of the Koran are available. Why don't we urge the non-Muslims and even Muslims to see through the fraud and the stupidity of this religion by asking them to critically, analytically and open-mindedly reading the Koran and the Hadiths which are available online ?

Mocking at Islam is the only way to defeat it. The Muslims have to be made aware that the entire world is rebuking them for their blind faith in a scam of a religion.

What about women's rights ? Why not give a try and make the Muslim women feel that their sisters in other religions are happier because they are not Islamic ? Can women's rights movement be a force against Islam ?

Also why not use books that are critical and against Islam ? Such books are in plenty - written by Wafa Sultan, Taslima Nasreen, Robert Spencer, Anwar Shaikh, Dr. Ali Sina, Vernon Richards etc.

Further, the internet can be an invaluable tool in sensitizing people against Islam. Websites such as faithfreedom.org, ropma, jihadwatch.org, apostatesofislam.com are doing a good job. Only, the habit of reading and true l understanding has to come. Ultimately, with all these implements, knowledge is the only tool in eradicating Islam.


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