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Can the world win the war agianst the momins?

Reader comment on item: America's Crash Course on Islam
in response to reader comment: Well Said!

Submitted by Vinodgupt (United States), Sep 19, 2007 at 11:49

Many Islamic apologists try to portray thatMuslims are not a united front, but actually it is kaafirun of the world who are not united.

When USSR went into Afghanistan to prevent rising Islam in its southern republics, US went in to defeat Russia asking Muslims around the world to throw out the Russkie infidels not realizing if the Russkies are infidels what are the Americans or for that matter any human being who is not a Muslim? There is much history to be written on how one kafir nation has helped Islam defeat another kafir nation.

Today the big question is whether the kafirun -- we are all together in this war to the finish -- can win this war for the survival of humanity. The answer is simple -- yes and no.

Yes, if the kafirun are willing to accept what or who the reral enemy is. Actually, it not who but rather what. If the kafirun are going to play the game of who-cares-as-long-as-I-am-safe, then definitely one by one we all will be wiped off.

Whether it is Serbia, Kosovo, Kashmir, Chechnya, New York, the streets of London or the suburbs of Paris or Hambug or Denmark or Belgium or Darfur or Hyderabad -- the list is long -- we are in this all together. We can identify the enemy and fight together or help the enemy singly and sink singly one by one.


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