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Islam and "racism"

Reader comment on item: Why Was Enoch Powell Condemned as a Racist and Not Charles de Gaulle?

Submitted by Delta Mike (United States), Aug 21, 2013 at 21:07

The Muslims try to hide behind "racism" to avoid their own religious bigotry. Race is a biological attribute, whereas Islam is a belief attribute. Islamic supremacism, Qur'anically based, is the driving force.

The principal relation between Muslims and non-Muslims is perpetual warfare: the dar al-Islam vs. the dar al-Harb. If the dar al-Harb exists, it triggers obligatory Jihad against it until it is vanquished. Only then will Islam be a "religion of peace".

The relationship of Muslims to non-Muslims "should" be the Dhimma: their continual demands in Western Society are to establish their supremacy and reduce us to Dhimmitude.

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