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Dhimmitude & Jizya

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Dec 30, 2005 at 16:28

Romesh Chander wrote :

> Seems that Muslims have no future in the 'Future', only in the 'Past'. With the kind of thinking muslims have, how can they live in modern societies.

Restituting the past (caliphate, Islamic rule over the territories they lost, their anachronistic dogmas etc.) is their final solution to the future. They can't live in modern societies which they see as their enemy and the main obstacle on the way to this globalized mythical past. They want their atavistic culture to replace modernity. They are the end of the modern times. These barbarians will reiterate what the Goths and Vandals and others achieved in the west c. 1600 years ago - only on a much larger scale and more thoroughly . They will erase the western civilization as they have already erased the Hellenistic civilization in the Near East and Africa.

One day perhaps only ruins will give testimony to what sky-scrapers or cathedrals looked like and some dim legends told in America by descendents of former leftist intellectuals after the Friday service in the mosques will preserve some memories of incredible blasphemies a certain Daniel Pipes once dared write about.
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