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The reason Islamophobia is rampant...

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Submitted by Tupp (Sweden), Dec 16, 2011 at 15:44

The fact that Islamophobia is rampant in some parts of the (mostly) Western world ... is partly because the time of religions will come to an end, and this is part of the process. Nothing lasts forever. Everything is subject to constant change. And as our world changes, as we humans change, as our intellects change, religions are also not exempt from these changes. Certain moral values remain constant though.

The other reason Islamophobia is thriving, is because of the moral decay in our world today. People feel offended by Islam's emphasis on morality. They don't like women who cover themselves - it's an offense against the so called 'liberal values' prevailing in Western society. Women should look, act and behave like prostitutes to be appreciated. One should drink and do drugs and have promiscous sex, and those who do not agree with this lifestyle should stay in their countries.

But the foremost reason for thriving Islamophobia is pure racism, hatred and bigotry.... dark hearts speak dark words... Peoples minds have become corrupted and impure, and thus we see all this hatred and willingness to cause hurt to others, and to spit on and utterly disrespect and insult their faith... it's the sign of the times we live in and of the critical conditions our world finds itself in. The consequences will be disastrous, and will affect the whole world... everything is intertwined... and because of this, other consequences of the corrupt and impure minds of many people today is the economy, on the brink of collapse... and it will collapse... and many other things will happen... just wait and see...


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