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Dealing with Islam, deconstructiing the notion of appeasement

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Submitted by Michel C. Zala (Switzerland), May 2, 2012 at 07:29

I found this absolutely devastating article outlining perfectly, why the Wetsern approach of appeasement is fundamentally wrong.

Three Fundmantal Mistakes in Dealing with Islam, by Daniel Greenfield.

It addresses appeasement and the question of "moderate Islam" drilling down on the pure nature of this religion. It offers another, well articulated slant on those debated and disputed categories of Islam and the danger of differentiating between passive and active muslims.

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