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Kids were Set Back a Grade if They did not Learn the Lessons the First Time.

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Apr 24, 2013 at 11:04

Only as a society ignores the lesson of history will the issues of Islam facing the social West continue to the bane of Western existence. Islam is as much a rule of law and ignorance of the law does not invalidate it. Islamists will see to that.

After September 11, 2001, the ruling of Islam against the United States was a sentence of death for a sacrificial number of Americans and people of other nations, all to satiate an ideology's mindset of coercive transition from a Western social structure to a radicalized modernization of an ancient blood feud that Islam and the West have shared from the time of the Muslims' expansionist era.

In simple terms, Ishmael rages against Isaac and the Islamic Prophet wants to replace Jesus Christ. Learn that history has already told how this will work out and if people do not get it right, more tragedy is on the way to teach the lesson again; and again if necessary.

In America, kids were set back a grade if they did not learn the lessons the first time. How far back does the West intend to go before learning the lessons already taught.

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