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Spiritual Warfare

Reader comment on item: [The Canadian Islamic Congress:] An Islamist Apology

Submitted by Danny Bates (Singapore), Jul 20, 2005 at 11:01

The Islamic countries export their Islamists and jihaddists to the West. Their numbers continue to grow and grow in the West. Everyone knows the remaining non-Moslems who have not already migrated find near hell living in Islamic countries. One not only has to conform to Islamic ways of life but also to pay taxes and usually gets nothing in return. Yes, life is tough for Moslems in the West. There is competition for jobs, housing . . . . . ENVY GROWS. The afterlife is great - the carnal paradise. All you need therefore is for some wisecrackers to convince some suckers to do mass murder for which Allah condones and is pleased and lo and behold, heaven awaits. Killing indidels (kafirs) will be the in thing. If not the trains then maybe the nursery schools, supermarkets, cinema theatres, etc. And if they can get near they will even blow up nuclear reactors or perhaps poison reservoirs. These are religious sickos. Their belief in the Koran is unshakeable. Yes, we must have very creative ways to combat such spiritual warfare. Don't waste time, many of the so-called moderate Moslems do little more than pronounce eulogies when a mass murder takes place.

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