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Reader comment on item: "Today Gaza, Tomorrow Jerusalem"

Submitted by Ben (Singapore), Aug 10, 2005 at 11:32

Until a nation has embraced Islam, it is legally considered a battlefield (Dar-ul-Harb). Once it has converted to Islam (or all its citizens have been slaughtered or driven out), it then becomes a Land of Peace (Dar-us-Salaam). For those who think that the threat of Islam is only a phenomenon of the Middle East, think again!

There are many other "hot spots" in the world where the the jihadists are aggresively championing and promising the sexual paradise to hopeless and disgruntled Moslem youth. Today, Moslems are creating so much havoc around the world e.g. Christians in the Malukus are being converted or slaughtered by the Indonesian Moslems, the Moslems North Sudanese going South, Southern Phillipines, Southern Thailand, Xingziang in China, Checnya in Russia, Lebanon gone from Christian to Moslem majority in such a short time. Europe and America are no safer. Millions of Moslem immigrants have already landed. Can you tell who is hatching what over there? New York, Madrid, London. Next?

Never given in to such terrorists. They know it works! After Gaza ........Israel? Oh but it is also happening in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, etc. One must be stupid not to know that the places targeted were places where the Westerners are found. Japan must be the safest homogenous country around. Non-Japanese Moslem terrorists don't stand a chance at all.

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