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Submitted by gmaster (Germany), Jun 25, 2012 at 22:34

thanks a lot Schills.

Before i got into collecting facts about Islam, i would have been thinking in the very same direction. The truth is, Ex-Moslems gather round Islam critics, not with "moderate" powers. (are there really such powers? and if so, which of them are honest?)

It's been some time since i wrote my comment, and since there were plenty of news daily, but none of them were directing to a moderate Islam but the opposite

.f.i. here in Germany radical powers (Salafists) spread Quran books for free on the streets, escalation occurred where policemen were heavily insured by radical Muslims. Only a few, but thats the trick. People now think that democratic powers will stop them as they are just a few. Now the real problem is hidden again.. An Imam telling that violence was unislamic, and Islam is peaceful, but investigations found him being a pure strategist under control of his radical chief; - a Salafist leader got chance to perform his speech in a talk show saying : "As long as we are a minority, we accept German rights" (but not that most of the people understood what he meant if they are in a majority) and many more.

Today, (even though its left oriented) a huge German Newspaper releases an article from a German historian, who says : The Sharia-Islam is the most dangerous right-wing extremism in the world (but still he distinguishes between "Sharia- Islam" and "Islam"- which is an illusion!) He is right, because Islamists do have a strong connection to Nazism, as Hitler nearly fulfilled the demand of the Quran (as well the Nazis liked Islam quite a lot) These two ideologies both are quite similar.

Or another example out of many here, plenty of news not found in German big media: German Salafists, call for a Jihad in Syria . There is so many news day by day, one worse than the other, that i do'nt know which one to choose.

I am not sure if there is a solution at all, and of course none of yours is an option. Most Ex-Muslims say that it is not possible to install a moderate Islam. The Quran itself is not reformable. There are just very few people who honestly do think it was, (also some Pakistani or Armenian protests) and of course there are lots of them saying it was possible but they either don't know better or do they lie. Your suggestion Nr.5 has no real ground, as reasonable it might be.

Geert Wilders is a realistic expert on this issue who offers a concept for a solution. This is quite radical, but must be as Islam itself is a totalitarian, fascistic ideology. So to be able to understand him right, it is necessary to get to know real Islam first. Robert Spencer is one of the most serious Islam experts in the world. His knowledge is a serious source for all who really want to know. I urge every one to see this video in which most important facts are included.

There are numerous Ex-Moslems to be noticed, too. Most of the important facts are not found in the media and critics defamed as Nazis. See what happens to a German journalist, who is a serious collector of facts. You might try to use translation software to read some of his articles . To get an overall sight of view, it will take some weeks or more. What you'll find is that Islam is spread in many, if not all historical, political and social issues in Europe today.

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