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in response to reader comment: G Vishvas, there is no need for that study

Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Jul 16, 2008 at 04:34

to Edward

1) read http://dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2008\07\11\story_11-7-2008_pg3_1 for answer to your question about Germany (and that applies to other countries also).

Daily Times is a muslim news paper from Pakistan.

2) Why are you against a study? What do you wish to conceal? Preventing or suppressing a free honest study is a sign of totalitarian intentions.

3) I was wrting about whether islam, kuran and shariah are compatible with the modern constitutions and laws or not - not about the actions or reactions of individual muslims.

4) I am studying and observing islam and muslims honestly (=without bias or soft-corner in favour of islam) and come to the unavoidable conclusion that islam is a totalitarian fascist arab-imperialist ideology misusing the name of god and words like prophet, religion, heaven, hell etc. The kuran is not a book of guidance but of manipulation in order to misuse human beings.

5) One gram of poison in 99 grams of honey and the resulting mixture has the effects of poison. So it is with islamic fascism and terrorism. The number of muslim fanatics, fascists and terrorists is irrelevant. Even if they are a tiny minority they are the ones who will determine the future of islam. This is because the kuran is, in its core spirit, a totalitarian obscurantist book. Hence the muslims liberals have neither the will nor the ability nor the possibility of defeating the muslim fanatics and fascists.

6) Anyone who protects, defends or praises islam is a dangerous to mankind, democracy, honesty in society and human freedoms.

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