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Islam is not good for society in any concentration!!!

Reader comment on item: Once considered anti-Islam, senior scholar says he's now in the middle
in response to reader comment: Islam is a matter of concentration

Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Sep 5, 2010 at 08:11

>"Islam is a a dose-related phenomenon. In small. very small doses Islam is beneficial, its adherents integrating and igratiating, so as not to arouse antibodies. As the dose increases islam changes from benign to intrusive, then toxic then lethal."<

Islam in any concentration is not good for society!!!!

In low concentration, Muslims lie low, pretend to be peaceful and living in harmony with the society they are living in. This facade soon falls off their "benign" face and they show their real, true Islamic face. By that time it is usually too late unless the invaded society decides to fight back with all the means that are necessary. Wherever Muslims are in majority, the life of non-Muslims become a living hell as we see in present day Muslims countries such as, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Somalia, Sudan, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, ... and on and on. there is not a soingle Muslim country on this planet where the rights of Hindus, Christians, Buddhists, Jews,... are respected. Much less they are not even allowed to build their temples and churches and practice their religion!!!

The question is why are Muslims allowed to practice their, build mosques, and proselytize in non-Muslim countries when the Muslims countries don't allow non-Muslims do the same????

Check out AS' post on this subject in another blog on Ground Zero mosque!


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