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Germany and Muslims (Islamists and all the potential extremists)

Reader comment on item: Two Germans vs. Islamism

Submitted by steven l (United States), Jan 3, 2006 at 22:56

Finally some common sense gets in the brain of some Europeans. Never too late but all this could have been avoided by acting earlier.

Writers and speakers, who condone hate and violence, violate the so called freedom of speech and should be expelled manu-military.

Preachers, writers and speakers from any denomination who promote overturning the constitution, the rules and order of a country to replace it by the Sharia, Koran etc, should be expelled for sedition. Their writings and speeches are the evidences, what other proves are needed? Clearly one must be a moron not to understand that under the guise of freedom of speech some people promote overturning the rules of a host country. If they are not happy with the rules of their host country, they have two choices: get out on their own or expect to be expelled. There is NO room for Sharia or any other system in democratic countries which base their principles from the chart of human tights. Human rights MUST supersede religious rights. Human rights are universal; religious (dogma) are not. As guest to a foreign country the Muslims MUST abide by the rules of their host country. However the left and pseudo-liberals may wish to give them the right to express their destructive opinion.

These same Muslim countries forbid any other religious group or organization to take a foot in their countries. Muslim countries on the one hand are actively and systematically practicing ethnic, religious and racial cleansing in Africa at the expense of the black Africans and on the other hand they are demonizing the rest of the world. The leaders of these same countries are keeping their own people in poverty and bondage. It happened that the western societies do not care. They themselves took and still take advantage of black Africa, therefore how can they condemn the Muslim Arabs. Just hypocrisy. What is new?

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