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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?

Submitted by Armageddon (United States), Feb 22, 2006 at 01:15

The philosophical and religious debate between you (Sword of Islam) and the Muslims in this weblog is very interesting but the more you try to convince each other by bringing arguments for and against the "beauty of Islam", the more you distant yourself from the main point, which I think is the fact that no matter who is right or who is wrong here, the following facts speak for themselves:

1. Everywhere Muslims form more than 5% of any population (approximately), there is trouble (riots, trying to impose their mode of life, etc.).

2. Not even one Muslim in this weblog has clearly apologized for the atrocities and damage they caused during the last years to the western world and yet they are asking for an apology for the stupid cartoons. Muslims constantly blame America, Europe and Israel for their failure to thrive, they defend and fully support the terrorists and bring ancient arguments (e.g. West raped East in the past, etc., therefore their current atrocities should be "legitimized").

3. Besides killing so many innocent people (bombing them, decapitating them), they have damaged the global economy, they changed the rules for free traffic between countries, they turned our life miserable. Europe who supported them the most, is now in great danger. America should learn from the European experience and take the appropriate precautions.

My conclusion is: again, no matter who is right or who is wrong here, the fact is that this entity is dangerous for the western civilization. West and this dangerous entity should become separated and the sooner, the better, for the sake of our next generations.
We should find alternative ways to produce energy. Let them choke on their oil.

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