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Ostrich approach

Reader comment on item: Islamic Economics: What Does It Mean?
in response to reader comment: To Mansoor...About your commentary....

Submitted by Mansoor (Pakistan), Oct 2, 2007 at 01:19

Dear Mr. "Y"

I read your very little but broad comment. Your attitude towards muslims looks as same as an ostrich which digs its face in soil to overcome its fear from danger.

Muslims were the super powers some one century back. The present failures are due to compound reasons. They left the solid teachings of their religion and they seperated themselves from being fighters and aggressors. Now they are very much back on track. The failure of USA in conquering iraq and afghanistan is very much visible and the story is even more worst than we saw in vietnam. Today media is strong and displays what is real and nothing can be put under curtains.

Our religion is based on love and at the same time it does not forgive those who put an aggression on it.

It is very easy to fight with an army rather than guerilla movement. It lasts longer and its impact is long lasting too. Russian crumbled and disintegrated so this will be the fate of USA which will not be able to further sustain the rising cost of war. Bush is begging to congress to release more funds, but do they have enough to run this adventure may be not.... The air from balloon is almost over it is ready to fall on ground.

May be my words look unacceptable to you but after few years you will be remembering each word of mine with dissappointment and sheer grief.

Lastly, Muslim revival is more powerfull than a volcano which takes every thing with it. I hope the history of Holocaust may not be repeated this time because Muslims sustained more than enough wounds from jews and christians.

Take care...the destination is close.



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