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Submitted by yuval Brandstetter MD (Israel), Sep 28, 2007 at 15:26

"There is no distinctly Islamic way to build a ship, or defend a territory. "

I distinctly disagree. There is an Islamic way to build a ship which is not to build it but to buy it lock stock and barrel from foreigners with money generated by the very same foreigner's effort at extracting oil-wealth from the ground

There is a distinctly islamic way to defend a territory. It is to claim the mantle of the perpetual victim and fanatic warrior at the same time. It is at forcing the world to pay for the viablity of a terrorist organization. It is to fire at your enemy while portraying him a a vicious occupier if he fails to feed you, provide water, electricity and communications, while at the same time compelling the "quartet" to call for additional aid in endless killing.

Islamic defense of territory is unique in allowing massive tirades of gunfire at funerals, the stray bullets hitting wherever, generally their own populus. It is to split into four distinct territories and claim all of them as the land base to kill the enemy while calling each of them the Occupied Territory. Islam in unique in assuring the world it is safe from nuclear bombardment as long as the Jews are the first and only intended victims.

Islam is the cummulative of the unique ways to lie, distort, mis-represent, and then subdue all who are not in agreement. The one place where Islam does not work is economics, where lies fall on their faces time and again. The place where Islam excells is at bamboozling the enemy to think Islam is not really serious about their destruction (the Internal Consumption Theory) while at the same time convincing the enemy (the West) Islam is too powerful to stop.


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