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Smart question at last from al-faylasoof al-kabeer

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 21, 2006 at 15:44

I do came to the sad conclusion that you cannot make Islam a tolerant, warm and fuzzy religion. It does not become Islam anymore.

Islam is not unlike communism, they are both _religions_ (yes communism can be considered a religion), they are both fascist, and they are both very flawed, because they are anti-human and anti-reason. And they must be defeated by man and womankind, and this would happen only in the market place of ideas.

The crimes of Islam against human beings are too many, and I do not see any way that civilized people can live with this menace called Islam.

Just think of the 9/11 atrocity. The God of these criminals, that insecure God called the Allah thing, considers that the most significant infraction that a human being can do is to be a Mushrik (he who does not believe in the unity of this Allah thing). This Mushrik is more guilty in the eyes of this insecure Allah than those killers that crashed those planes in buildings and killed hundereds of innocent human beings.
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Sorry Nuray I cannot help you with this one.
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