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It is just one nation

Reader comment on item: Islam's Key Quartet
in response to reader comment: I agree with this assessment...but...

Submitted by Ted (United States), Jan 3, 2011 at 00:23

Dear Dr Pipes: You have cited four countries as key quartets of Islam. This assessment can be right but as many readers of your forum have pointed out, Islamism can be called one single nation. When it comes to fighting among themselves, each one of them is a single unique entity but when it comes to interaction with other non-Islamic entities, they are united in purpose: expansion of Islamist ideology. The political goals of 2% muslims of Netherlands are no different from those of 98% muslims of Pakistan and of various other muslim populations around the world. These goals comprise of (to cite a few): 1) defend Islamist ideology at all cost 2) capture more and more land under the umbrella of Islam (such as push Israel into the ocean) 3) oppose free thought because it might challenge the doctrine outlined 14 centuries ago and 4) increase the percentage of Muslim population in every country (either by benign conversions or by force (example recent church bombing in Egypt)) and 5) present themselves as victims rather than victimizers.

The word must be spread around the world so Islamists are forced to soften their stands and to drop their abominable methods.


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