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Submitted by kman (United States), Oct 10, 2010 at 19:28

I have read immensely since boyhood in all arenas of literature - especially news from sources all over the world.

I think we both know that my choice of "translation" is irrelevant> I have seen and heard many translations of the Quaran, Hadiths, etc, and they all boil down to the same thing - violence as practiced in your own country against any who are not Muslim. The violence is so vile and heinous that it is unspeakable. The repression in Pakistan alone is of the worst kind and all Muslims remain dead silent and allow your own laws an justice system to be ignored by the judiciary, police, military, and politicians.

There is no justice for anyone but Muslims for whom any lie will suffice to falsely accuse your minorities with impunity. Minorities, knowing the lethal nature of Muslim wrath, would be so incredibly foolish to do the things they are accused of, but all of you believe anything a Muslim cares to fabricate.

You give your own people no reason for hope except through one's own blood and sacrifice - jihad. The believers of Christ willingly sacrifice their own blood and flesh, but are not given eternal life in paradise for any of the simplistic reasons set forth by Islam, or even their own sacrifice.

Legions of Muslims immigrate from militant dominated countries like yours because they are so sick of the incredible violence. Not to worry. Your radicals soon follow after peaceful Muslim populations have been integrated to inform them of the abrogational nature of your own Quran. This has been played out in one country after another in Europe. Britains has thousands of Muslims who demonstrate loudly with all kinds of threats including beheading. In France, Muslims purposely clog city streets with thousands of "praying" Muslims. If hey are so "peaceful", why don't they "pray" in their own mosques instead of purposely disrupting the commerce of ordinary ctizens and natives of France? Intimidation speaks volumes and that is what is preached in Mosques everywhere.

This is the creeping nature of Islam in every country they migrate to. Pakistan is where some of the worst of Islam is practiced. Hindus, Christians, and people of any other faith but Islam are much more than levied the "jizya" (sp?) tax. In all old Muslim nations women are kidanpped off the streets and gang raped, men are tortured and murdered, and children are meted out things that I won't even repeat here. Forced conversions, burning and bombing churches, burning Bibles (while lying about the "burning" of a single Quran brings terrible retribution), mob beatings, burning homes and entire villages - I could go on, but you get the picture.

Read? Oh, you bet - everywhere and everything.

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