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Submitted by Michael (Egypt), Sep 19, 2010 at 07:11

I must thank you for being so well-oriented and sober, in a time most of the western people are drunk by Obama's mesmerization and Saudi Arabia's dark oil.

But I have a notion:

You have said, what means that, Muslims who know that Sharia is not compatible in the west are welcome. Well, how would you know that?

I'm a non-Muslim who lives in the Islamic World. Believe me, even though a Muslim do not want Sharia, his son someday will accede to the Sharia; even this same man if someday decide to be religious for any reason, and start to read Quran and Hadith, he will follow and advocate Sharia.Will you wait untill you have a large Muslim population and see whether they want Sharia or not?

The solution is to divide between cultures and civilizations. There are 8 major civilizations, and Islam is the most belligerent and violent of them all; and it is sagacious to intensify borders and make allies before it's too late.

If you want immigrants take from Christian countries, then from China, then from India, then from Japan, then that's it: NO MUSKLIM IMMIGRANTS--unless of course they are apostates or Christians from the Islamic world like my people.

As you have said, "War does not allow us the luxury to distinguish between "moderate Muslims" and "Islamists". "


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