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Submitted by kman (United States), Sep 12, 2011 at 01:04

The fantasy that Islam may have been hijacked is a dangerous rabbit trail that the Muslims are pursuing hoping the world will buy into a "hope" for Islam. There is no hope as long as their law of abrrogation demands that their prophet's latter days of teachings dominate. Actually the dual theologies that oppose each other tells me that it negates itself, but common sense doesn't seem to reign anywhere within Islam itself, its people, or the world at large that tolerates it.

Muhammad's latter years absolutley rule as their imams and mulahs themselves insist after a "peaceful" Muslim population has quietly assimilated into a non Muslim country. True to the nature of a cancer cell, it will inevitably kill its host. The nature of cancer is genetically ingrained into the Quran. We can tolerate it, dibble and dabble, and ignore it at our own risk.

Personally, I would never play with a tumor. Being a cancer survivor and well aquainted with Islam, I know the nature of the beasts. Despite the sheep's cloak of Muhammad's earlier teachings, the latter will rule.


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