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Muslim Realities are Inconsistent with Global Perceptions of Imperfect Humanity - Mortality Not Religiously Controlled

Reader comment on item: Empire on the Seine
in response to reader comment: Muslims' deadly silence

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Sep 9, 2022 at 14:24

When considering these implications of religious implacabilty in the French frame of reference in dealing with Islamic influences, this observer was initially thinking how does an American think to have an opinion on something that is peculiar to attitudes clear around the world; but here's the rub: Islam observes no limitation to its perception that it is a superior influence globally, even though it failed to reach global dominance after nearly fifteen hundred years. After, when America was confronted by Barbary Coast naval antagonists, the controntations of that time were the same as they are now, so there is no reprieve from Islamic emnities.
Thus, to reader Prashant's contention to the more ardent adherents of Islam, they are not allowed to express self-deprecation or admittance to their human frailties, in pride not admitting to their sinful nature.
Bottom line; Muslims are subject to the same inconsistencies of human nature, but their misaligned allegiances will get them into trouble every time as long as the thinking they are perfect in their religion sets them at odds with the reality that Islam will never rule the world.


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