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Muslims Are Killing and Will Kill Each Other

Reader comment on item: Will Europe Resist Islamization?
in response to reader comment: kamekish, Islam has more years to live

Submitted by kamekish (India), Apr 17, 2008 at 00:43

If we go back to the evolution of human history, there are two main reasons for extinction.

1. Hatred, animosity, jealousy and so on have always been the main reason for extinction of some communities.

2. The inability to change with time. And Muslims are just not ready to even accept the idea of change.

I am of the opinion that Muslims are meeting both these requirements which will become main reason for their extinction.

Muslims are producing good but killing great. They are generating so much animosity among themselves that I have my own doubt whether they will be able to survive and they will be able to carry the wish of Allah or Mohammad.

Unless they change with time and make necessary adjustments with modern world, their survival remains at stack. Because they lack serious leaders who force or motivate them to change, they will have possibility to extinct.

They may blame Bush for their misery and thinking that Obama will cure their agony but they may be wrong. How can they think they are going to bring Osama back from Jungle to work constructively for their survival?

By the time they keep blaming Indians, Westerns or even Chinese, they will lose their own battle. That is what my concerns are for Muslims.


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