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Submitted by yuval Brandstetter MD (Israel), Nov 9, 2005 at 15:51

Victor Purinton's comment is the epitome of the misunderstanding of the Muslim strategy. to summarize: Muslims do not come to integrate. Muslims come to conquer. Initially, when few in numbers and far apart, they seem to integrate, infiltrate, insinuate peacefully. Once in great numbers, and in like-minded communities, the Islamist intentions become clear, and mayhem ensues. It is a strategy, not a tactic, written into the code of the Operating Software of Islam. It is in the culture as Salman Rushdie defines a Culture.

Mr Purinton believes that investing in the root of the problem may cause the dilution of the Operating System. All the evidence is to the contrary. All investments in the this culture will transmute into the further growth, empowerment, and violence which are part and parcel of that culture. Case in point: the Palestinian Authority which has by now swallowed a score of billions of dollars, which have all been converted to Shuhada fodder.

As long as Mr Purinton's opinion prevails, Islam will persist in its forward impetus towards European and World conquest.

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