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Reader comment on item: [Moderate] Voices of Islam
in response to reader comment: Is islam becoming tolerant?

Submitted by donvan (United States), Sep 28, 2007 at 15:02

Wishful thinking will not remove the sword from Muhammed. A few disenchanted Moslems or Christian coverts hardly indicate a Moslem reformation. Do not delude youself, the dogma and ideology of the Moslems has not, is not, and will not change. Two steps forward, one step back.

More likely the advances the Moslems have made in the cultural inroads of the West has been so rapid and successful they require a period of consolidation while the "Moderates" pick up degrees from GW,Columbia, Harvard,and Yale, and insinuate themselves into the social structure. They have usurped a major political party in the US,the dhimmicrats, elected a member of the US House of Reps, established elements of Islamic law in the UK and Canada.They have intimidated the press,politicians,and the media.

The attacks of 9/11 have been perhaps one of the most successful attacks in history, forcing as it has the reordering of the US Government into into a largely useless "Homeland security", costing billions and offering only the illusion of "Security" In our weariness and fear ,we have closed our eyes to the enemy. We can't hand over the country fast enough. Politicians who dare be critical of Moselms are seen attacked by an ever increasing powerful Moslem front.


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