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Ireland's comments are true: "Fitna" is the truth in their own words

Reader comment on item: Will Geert Wilders Show His Film on the Koran[, Fitna]?
in response to reader comment: Its out..and its true

Submitted by Straight talk (Canada), Apr 7, 2008 at 00:56

The Koran is indeed a death sentence declared upon all infidels. "Fitna" is Islam's version of "heresy". "Fitna" means basically "criminal wrong thought", that is, any thought that differs from the words of the Koran and the words of Mohammed in the Ahadith. Such thoughts must be punished by death.

All but 60 seconds of the film is the straight words and deeds of Moslems without any commentary. We can make up our own minds whether Islam is inherently violent and encourages violence. See the film. There is no doubt the bombings and beheadings are inspired by Allah's perfect words that cannot be changed. The reason Moslems can indulge in such unmitigated hatred without any qualms is because there is absolutely no expression of the Golden Rule in Islam. Islamic ethics are bipolar. There is one set of ethics for fellow "brother" Moslems, but another for the "najis" (filthy) infidels. "Muhammad is God's apostle. Those who follow him are ruthless to the unbelievers but merciful to one another." -Surah 48:29

The film shows us many scenes that are hard to watch. For me, the worst scene was not either of the two beheadings, but the scene in which the clerical rulers of Iran calmly sat while behind them hooded Revolutionary Guards made the Sieg Heil salute. What Western government leaders would countenance this? The fact that such scenes are common in Islamic countries is very revealing of the religious fascism they are espousing. It is time to denounce these modern fascists and shame them.


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