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Hope or hijack???

Reader comment on item: On Islam and Islamism
in response to reader comment: King Abdullah agrees to reform islam

Submitted by Mansoor (Pakistan), Mar 28, 2008 at 09:16

King Abdullah Oh yeah!

The virtually Cosmetic King has no power, no army, no voice...and his situation is more like a rat begging before a cat to spare him. When we talk about coming to terms by such an unimportant figure and talking about bringing religions together...it looks rather artificial diplomacy and nothing more than that.

King Abdullah, Hosni Mubarak and Anwar Sadat (Late) can be figured as breast feeders of Israel. Egypt had long wiped out Israel...thanks to Camp David drama..which locked the people of Palestine and the whole region of Middle East in a never ending Misery...Had Israel been wiped out at that time..the world would have been a better place to live.

Ironically such actions as you discussed above would have no meanings when you bid to change the face of Islam. Islam neither can be changed nor can be wiped out of the pages of the world's history or from the future. Islam would be there to challenge all evil forces and Satan's partners.

I must exhort once again....Muslims would never put their guns down, never stop to stare into the eyes of the enemy and would never end their war against those who brought suffering to Muslims since the last century.

Better understand it as quickly as you can!!!


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