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Fixing Iraq

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Submitted by Robert D. Klimek (United States), Feb 28, 2006 at 15:35

Daniel Pipes wrote: "Fixing Iraq is neither the coalition's responsibility nor its burden."

Our responsibility to perform humanitarian nation building ended the day the Iraqis specified Sharia as the basis of their law and declared Iraq to be an Islamic State. On that day, the Iraqis rejected civilization outright.

Islam demands from its followers global perpetual war (jihad) against non-Muslims, by all means available including propaganda (dawa), deceit (taqiyya and kitman), extortion (economic jihad), and unrestrained violence of every kind (kital). Islam tolerates no other cultures or religions, except in a subjugated state. These rules are not the product of the fevered minds of a small number of deranged lunatics. These rules are spelled out unambiguously in the Islamic "holy book," are declared immutable for all time, and are binding on every believer.

We in the west have no responsbility to tolerate, support, fund, feed, or make apologies for Iraqi Muslims...

The world desperately does not want to even discuss Islamic beliefs, because the world fears Muslim violence. That state of mind is called dhimmitude, and the Muslims nurture it through global terror, violent riots, and personal threats, to include contract killings (fatwas). In Iraq and elsewhere, our leaders are behaving like good dhimmis, to our peril as a nation.

At the end of the Iraqi constitutional process--on the very next day after their declaration of an Islamic state--the order should have been given to immediately pull out all coalition forces. We should have left the Iraqis to their self-determined dismal fate--a mind-deadened, joyless, Intolerant, hate-filled Islamic existence.

Any future Muslim aggression, or threats of aggression, should be met with ferocious and swift punitive campaigns--no more nation building schemes. ... Only the Muslims can reform themselves. We cannot do it for them.
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