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Islam can not reform

Reader comment on item: Reframing the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Submitted by jerome henen, Jul 17, 2017 at 16:57

As Dr. Bill Warner says, there is no controlling body whereby islam can be reformed.The Quaran is immutable it cannot be changed. Mohammad is seen as the epitome of 'perfect human'.

As far as the 'palestinians' accepting defeat - that is never going to happen. In fact all the Arab armies defeated by Israel in various wars believe they won and they have statues and shrines and generals with tons of medals commemorating these 'victories' its part of the Arab psyche.
Israel is not doing nearly enough to counter the horrifically effective anti jew anti Israel anti zionist propaganda - it is years behind and it is just going to get worse as almost every academic institution in the world portrays Israel as the aggressor and illegal 'occupier' of 'palestinian' land. Its in the same category as the settled science of AGW.
This despite the fact that Israel is the most legally founded nation on earth.
The Trump admin is going wrong because Kushner is a liberal , not a conservative.
Nothing can prevent more war between Israel and her single minded enemies , and with Iran's nuclear capacity looming it is getting frightening. Israel is a fools paradise unfortunately. And its own enemies within aggravate the situation exponentially.


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