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But, why is this our problem?

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Submitted by SAKOVKT (United States), Jan 14, 2016 at 18:09

I agree with Paul137.

This combination of Israeli body language and high tech might work, but it's not guaranteed and certainly not guaranteed against someone "seeing the light" in the Koran, later on.

The problem is that Mohammedism just plain subversive, by American Constitutional standards, and needs to be treated as such until such time as the appropriate fatwas are issued by whoever is appropriate to basically abrogate more than half of what ol'Holy Mo' said.
Consider, back in the days when the Vatican maintained armies, religion did become a violent affair in the political sense of whose side one was on.
Islam actually does maintain armies, today.

It would be entirely appropriate to regard Islam entirely as a political movement, regardless of how "radical" any muslim is.

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