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Reforming Barbarians

Reader comment on item: A Key Change to "The Pope and the Koran"
in response to reader comment: Conspiracies to Control The World

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Feb 1, 2006 at 14:22

BS"D

It's not often, even among most fact-based right-wing writings, that one will see such a frank exposition as this opinion I just found.

"...CAIR representatives are meeting with Denmark and Norwegian authorities to protest the Mohammed cartoon that has caused such a fuss. Muslims are in a snit about these drawings in two major newspapers.

Sadly, they can't find the snit when it comes to their own killing of innocent mortals. But that is easily understood. The Koran says that killing infidels is nothing to worry about. It's not a crime. It's a pious act. The same with suicide bombing, slitting females' necks when they get out of line, and slaying other Muslims when they get in the way of laying low non-Muslims.

The sharia, that is the so-called "judicial system" of Islam, follows the unholy book, the Koran, that was written by a raping, killing, robbing, plundering so-called prophet, Mohammed. Therefore, we are co-existing on a planet with an insane killing cult called "Islam." Its whole world is totally different from civil individuals.

That's why there are those who genuinely raise the question whether or not a civil worldview can overlay a Muslim mentality such as is in Iraq. Can Koran lovers who delight in killing one another and infidels, learning same from birth, actually learn how to plant a democracy?"
http://www.michnews.com/artman/publish/article_11542.shtml

Unfortunately, most of the available evidence supports this pessimistic analysis.

It is for that reason, as I alluded to at the end of my other post to this article, that as long as Islam sees no reason to change there will be no chance.

So, do we (a) ignore the problem by pretending it really doesn't exist, or will go away by itself? (b) kiss civilization goodbye, and submit to them without a fight? (c) continue fighting them, knowing they are willing to keep this up for another 1400 years, if necessary? (d) make an all-out effort to irradicate the problem once and for all? or, (e) give them an ultimatum that we will tolerate their existence as long as they leave us alone, but if they attack us we will give them back 10-fold every time until they stop?

What would you do?
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