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Submitted by the croatian (United States), Sep 26, 2008 at 14:28

... Let us for a minute here recall the Crusades: Christians vs. Muslims, and then again Muslims vs. Christians. Back then, whatever the Muslims took by force the Christians came back and tried to regain the lost ground. In this day and age their army is "immigration." Now I'm not against immigration here for I myself am an immigrant. But let us ask ourselves, will the Muslims try the same strategy they did hundereds of years ago, or will they "leak" into a society, to the point that as their numbers increase, so too do their positions in governing institutions, thus, their power over others.

As a society here in the U.S. and over in Europe, we are lukewarm. We are basking in our power, that we are forgetting who it is that is we are letting replace ourselves. I say ourselves because we are so afraid of messin up our lives with kids that we cease to have them. But that is one way of remaining alive. Animals do it: they never let an invasive specie out-number them, and that is why they remain. Are we?

And as to peace between the Christians and the Muslims? For now. Not later. It is not the Islam way.


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