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Mr Pipes, consider my 3 arguments also.

Reader comment on item: Why I Stand with Geert Wilders

Submitted by Harris Rashid (United States), Jan 19, 2010 at 08:42

Mr Pipes:

As the Islam spreads in Europe through Tabligee Jamats from around the world, Salafism (Wahabism) from the Gulf, and Sufism from inner-Europe, Mr Greet Wilder will be quagmired not only by his own country's prosecuters but also demonized in the years ahead by his countrymen.
Perhaps then you will distance yourself from him and not sand shoulder to sholder with him.

Greet Wilder will NOT be successful against Islam. Because Islam speads NOT with the help of Muslims, but God. And I know, NO one is successful against God.

Greet Wilder has made his and his family's life hellish by surrounding himself, by so many body-guards (when no one is seeking to kill him) just like Saiman Rushdie, draining his own wealth. All this for cheap propaganda.

Harris Rashid


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Daniel Pipes replies:

You make many debatable points but one error of fact: No one is seeking to kill Wilders? You need to do a bit of research, starting with Mohammed Bouyeri.

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