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Islam, the force of evil!

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in response to reader comment: ISLAM WAS SPREAD BY FORCE!

Submitted by Dixie (Sweden), Oct 11, 2007 at 11:44

People of the world needs to understand what Islam and its believers are looking for - World power!

In the western world the norm is to come closer to islam, to integrate them into modern society. The problem is that they don't want to be integrated, yet they "rape" the society by vandalizing, not following the rules and norms of the society, commit crimes and want to change society into a more fitting system for islam. Why should the inhabitants of a western country adapt and change the way of life if moslems come and live there?

They are the ones to adapt, if they don't want to then they should be ignored in the society. Ignored or not accepted that is. The islam way of life and the western-modern way of life is far too different to co-exist. I believe no-one will give away until one of them has ceased existing. I have seen how people both in the middle east and in western countries that are practising their religion by beating themselves to feel the pain of the martyrs, they discriminate women by circumzise young girls and beat them. They have no problem with killing someone in the name of their religion, martyrs and suicide-bombers alike. I know that Christians have had likewise, but that was about a 1000 years ago and christianity has changed since then.

Islam is a religion of violence and evil. I agree that islam was spread by force, I think especially of countries in Northern Africa like Sudan or Somalia, Pakistan and Armenia. When you think of it, christianity has also been spread by force, to some extent at least, you have the South and North American countries and some countries in Africa. However, the difference between islam and christianity here is : In islam you have to follow the religion carefully in your daily life, if you do not accomplish with these rules you are to be punished. In christianity you can follow the religion as much as YOU wish, and if you don't live up to these rules you are to be forgiven.

I am a Christian and I can accept islam as long as it doesn't interfere with the western world. Most people doesn't seem to understand that they do not want to be integrated, so they talk about foreigners from the middle-east living in segregation as a problem. The problem is not a problem, speaking from the moslems view. They are happy to be accepted in the society and can make their own laws if they want. Soon they would want to take over the national politics as well. People of the west must realize the threat and cooperate together so a solution can be found. Right now, North America seem to have reacted at least, while Europe is sleeping...

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