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Let's be honest, Islam breeds hate.

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Submitted by Happy Non-Muslim (United States), May 12, 2009 at 10:56

A significant part of Islamic doctrine is teaching how the non-Islamic world is bad, while Islam is good. Any normal human being can see that the opposite is true, this causes Muslims to whine, sue, commit acts of terrorism, and just generally gnash their teeth in frustration at normal thinking people.

They are a more destructive form of spoiled child. They won't play nice until you make them boss.

I won't be able to respect them until I see them tolerating dissenting philosophies, allowing Christians and Jews to build communities, and just generally respecting their elders. Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists have all been around longer, and can play nice together for the most part. When Mecca tolerates a synogogue and a church or two down the block from the grand mosque things will be improving. Until then Muslims will only be taken seriously as a destructive force in Western Society.

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