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Jizya.. Jizya... and some more Jizya!

Reader comment on item: Ban Islam?
in response to reader comment: AS CHRISTIANITY IS BANNED FROM SAUDI ARABIA....

Submitted by Donald O (United States), Sep 3, 2007 at 15:23

you are correct Geno... Benevolence will get you nowhere with Barbarians. Banning a book doesn't solve the problem. Mein Kampf wasn't/isn't banned although the philosophy is unofficially banned in most places. The ancestors of the KKK were forced into the shadows mostly due to financial pressures put upon the organization that made it impractical to continue. This is what needs to be done to Islam.

Impose Jizya taxes on anything Islamic [especially organizational]. Tax it to death! when in dar al islam do as:

Examples include: Mosques must be forced to pay several times the rates for any property taxes etc for it to stay open. No allowances given for Schools [like in brooklyn] or Day Care centers or Yusef Islam concerts...

Fines and the additional tax payments will be used to close groups like CAIR and their ilk.

it must be understood that there will be no progress from these islamic string pullers to install the fear they are enjoying at the moment. Emmigration from these despot centers must cease to anywhere.


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