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...freedom of what?

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Submitted by Son (United States), Dec 3, 2007 at 12:39

D.P.
You comment that the two prime needs for modernizing Islam are freedom of speech and freedom to leave Islam.
These people have all that and more but the ..change..does not seem forthcoming.

Look to Europe, the U.K., Canada, the U.S. These two requisites are found there but the typical Muslim, rather than utilize these freedoms, seems to prefer to impose his religions lack of freedoms on the natives of his host country.

No Sir, I think you are missing the mark on this one. At best the typical muslim stands quietly by and watches his new neighbors suffer threats and violence.

The English were, are, far less tolerant with the Irish than with the current crop of bad boys now assembling in their streets .
Freedom isn't their need, tolerance garners no respect. Our ancestors new how Islam could be kept at bay, perhaps we should look to history and their example when dealing with Islam and the Muselman.

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