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Crash Course in Islam - Page Torn From Israeli Textbook

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

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Sep 17, 2007 at 23:56

While reading again through these discourses of the purported Islamic threat to non-Islamic societies, it is reported that the earlier story of Israeli aircraft can be revised to read that: Israeli warplanes (read F15's armed to the teeth) went on more than just a fact-finding mission over Syrian airspace. They (the Israelis) have been dealing with the influences of Islam longer than any other modern society, and this is why they can deal so boldly with a threat, because they KNOW they must. Iran is still a threat, but Syria is, oh, so much closer.

Really, the world needs to stop looking in hindsight 20-20 and use the same Israeli vision to look forward to the threat that is being promised by the people and nations that hide behind the Islamic veil to assert their claims for all to submit. All that under such a threat need to learn the lesson from the Israeli playbook that compelled them to take the latest such drastic action and be ready, or as put forth by other readers of this forum, be ready to concede.

The Israelis have been taking crash courses on Islam for a long time, and it would be in the best interest of those not wanting to follow in Islam to read the Israeli textbooks on such things and learn the lessons only they can teach.


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