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Submitted by Michael (Egypt), Oct 27, 2010 at 09:12

I also believe in multiculturism. I believe in diversity; that Christians, Hindus, Bhuddists, Atheists, Jews could live together in peace. BUT NOT ISLAM. Islam is not a civilization nor a culture; Islam is the anti-civilizational equivalent. Islam does not speak the language of multiculturism--read the Quran and see by yourself. Multiculturism is a holy duty in Christianity; it is a great sin in Islam. Islam is an ideology, not a religion.

In Islam, there is the practice of "Al Taqqia" which means, that Muslims who live in a minority would go along with multiculturism and all, and LIE (one of the three cases a Muslim can lie, according the the Hadith) to attract more people to Islam. But as soon as Islam prevails, it is over boys. No multiculturism anymore; no churches; no temples; no liberalism. Our game is over.

Let me ask you a question: if you so believe in multiculturalism, why don't you go to Saudi Arabia or Iran and help multiculturalsim THERE? Why not begin with neigboring Pakistan and help build churches? I say, you go right ahead to Islamic countries and instill multiculturism, then we will allow Europe and the West to emulate the tolerant Islamic one.


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