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ISLAM is no longer a subject of human rights

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Submitted by Rudolf Zlabinger (Austria), Oct 4, 2014 at 22:26

ISLAM theologically justifies the Islamic state and his cruelties as part of his basics. Therefore ISLAM as combat association dangerous to the integrity of all nonislamic states is no longer subject of human rights concerning religious freedom and should be banned from all civilised countries as quick as possible to avoid a possible global takeover in a medieval theocracy.

After a full reorganization of ISLAM to be compatible with modern legal systems and a full separation of religion and government in their basics, they will be welcome again.

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