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islam compared to nazism

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Submitted by Bruno (France), Dec 7, 2013 at 05:38

(Sorry for my English, I'm French)

A lot of comments everywhere on the internet compare islam to nazism and, like this article, compare the fight against islam to WW2.

I think it's a mistake. Obviously all German people were not nazis, Germany became a nazi country because of the possibility for nazis to take the power and install a terror system. Germany was, at this true moment, an economical disaster.

So I don't think that islam can be defeated in the same way as Germany was in WW2.

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