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Submitted by Doug Corrigan (United States), Sep 13, 2010 at 19:36

On a slightly different note, why do people use the word ISLAMOPHOBE ? That's not a good word. It means 'fear of islam'. That's not what I think we mean, at least I don't. I am an ISLAMISOIST (pronounced ISLA-MISO-IST)— a hater of islam; not a hater of 'Radical islam' (there's no such thing); not a hater of 'islamists'; but a hater of i-s-l-a-m !

ISLAM, the so-called 'religion' that was born of Mohammad's hatred for the Jews who rejected him, humiliated him, and chased him out of Mecca, which is why Moslems have hated the Jews so badly down through the centuries, and that hatred of Jews overflowed onto Christians and all other non-moslems,

And that hatred of Jews is why there will never be a settlement of the Jewish/Palestinian situation.

And since it is a religion of hatred, it's appropriate that Mohammad said, "I have been made great through TERROR!" which is exactly what he's been raining down on the Jews — and the rest of the world — ever since.

Going back to the word thing, unfortunately my word doesn't readily roll off the tongue so I suppose we're stuck with that other one.

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