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Reader comment on item: [The Search for Moderate Islam:] A Reply to Lawrence Auster

Submitted by CITIZEN (Brazil), Jan 28, 2005 at 23:05

Talking about Islam is a rather difficult chore, for we're not talking about a monolithic religion, for now we can witness the absolute savagery perpetrated by Sunni terrorists against Shia followers in Iraq,an appalling terrorist campaign to abort the birth of Democracy in Arab land.

"WE HAVE DECLARED A FIERCE WAR ON THIS EVIL PRINCIPLE OF DEMOCRACY", Al-Zarqawi has warned Iraqi voters not to participate at Sunday's election,otherwise he "WOULD LET THE STREETS COVERED WITH THE BLOOD OF WHOEVER DARES TO CAST HIS BALLOTS".Things like that,besides the EERIE SILENCE of muslims in general to this BARBARIC CAMPAIGN against one of the most universally cherished human rights,namely the RIGHT TO VOTE speaks for itself about the gruesome nature of ISLAM.

Without democracy, there's no civilization.There's no freedom of speech.In the Islamic world,others' religions are forbidden, persecuted.

Muslims are well-known destroyers of Synagogues,Churches and Hindu temples.Many actually take pride in this endeavour. No remorse,no regret,for Allah ordered his flock to KILL AS MANY INFIDELS AS POSSIBLE.

This,Mr.Pipes,unfortunately cannot be denied. Mankind is deeply divided between those who strive for freedom,democracy,economic opportunities and those who seek to impose by the force of arms their deleterious cult of throat-cutters,wrongfully mentioned by President Bush as "PEACEFUL",something that definitely Islam is not. The fate of Western civilization is bleak in contrast of Islam's out-of-control growth.

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