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the curious phenomena of muslim pre-afterlife migration

Reader comment on item: Uncovering Early Islam
in response to reader comment: Muslims flee from anti- sharia tyrants, not "sharia abiding tyrants"

Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Jun 8, 2012 at 23:05

"....Muslims migrate from "Muslim countries" due to a few reasons, the main being economic reasons. "

So after 1400 years of having sharia, enormous wealth from having the geographic good luck of having most of the world's oil supplies - and islamic banking etc - they still need to come to the West, cap in hand - to make their lives better? Why would they expose themselves to these terrible, unenlightened, corrupt Infidels - living as they do under their secular democracies , allowed to do and say and think as they wish?

After all - Mr Ismail has clearly stated: 'Muslims live for the afterlife'' ? Very curious.

"Truth and falsehood will be finally exposed when everyone stands on judgment day."

Why wait for a possible future no one can agree on and no one knows anything about? Truth and falsehood can be and is being exposed day to day. It's understandably a painful process for muslims who have been living under the illusion they have been the sole possessors and arbiters of truth for 1400 years - only to find that the rest of the world has left them in its wake.

"With muslim migration, the west's own freedom and democracy is working against them."

Tolerance has its limits - there's a very simple solution to that issue, especially if muslims continue to demand special rights and privileges in their host countries - while being seen to be doing nothing to stem the flow of islamist violence worldwide.

"look at France, they cant stand women dressed like Mary (the mother of Jesus)"

And look at Holland - where Muslims can't stand people dressed like Adam and Eve (the alleged progenitor of Mr Ismail amongst numerous others)


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