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Submitted by paul (United Kingdom), Oct 26, 2005 at 10:40

develop strategies to redeem their religion by combating this morbid totalitarianism .... from the bottom of the article....................

As far as i am concerned they are what they have been told to be, and indocrinated from birth by a secular environment, to act the way they do. They have the choice whether they join the 21st century or not, but under the terms we dictate. It is they who have chosen to come to our countries (we all know why, but they lie about it); it is they who have failed to respect our culture, only seeking to destroy it and replace it with something we find abhorrent. If that make us islamaphobic then so be it.

People are losing their lives trying to educate the medievil, bloodthirsty, fundamental islamists in Iraq, the world and I may not agree with the means and the methods used by the US and it's allies, but what have they to fear from a real and true democracy.

By resisting democracy they fail the one basic test ..............humanity,..... something they, en masse, don't want to understand, but enjoy and take a great deal of advantage of in western societies they live in.

We must bring them into the 21st centuary for the sake of the future of our shared planet.


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