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Reader comment on item: America's Crash Course on Islam

Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Sep 11, 2007 at 15:15

Who benefits from the intellectual dog-chasing-his tail syndrome of "Islamic studies" ? The details of Islam are of no consequence. Why should we care, we know that 1. Islam is animated by hatred for non Islamics, 2. we know that all Moslems follow the teachings of Muhammed, and that their moral paradygm is based on Muhammed. Therfore all Moslems follow Muhammed,embrace Islam, all moslems self segregate, keeping apart, striving for their Islamic agenda, at the expense of everyone else, and fancy themselves as superior to all other belief systems. Outlawing political Islam and distancing society from Moslems only makes sense.

If some Moslems have their feelings hurt..oh well. Moslems are the problem .No Moslems, no Islam, no Islam no problem It is foolish to assume that Islam exists apart from Moslems. It should be called "Muslimism". It is the Muslims that attacked us, not some esoteric belief system, but Moslems. And they are still doing it, day after day the Moslems are attacking, killing, probing and engaging in any activity to undermine the Western world. The ideology of the Moslems is predicated on intimidation, and glorification of death and killing, yet like some universal social worker , we are told to accept,tolerate,embrace, Moslems. Aside from liberal mumbo jumbo, and platitudes what benefit do non Moslem gain from interaction with Moslems?


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