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Your reply is essentially recycled garbage from other Muslim sources.

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: The Two-Edged Sword of Islam

Submitted by Dr RJP (United States), Mar 12, 2006 at 16:34

Why is it that Muslims always use Muslim sources (or sources from their leftist sympathizers) that are favorable to Islam to support their contentions?

Why is it that anyone who lives in a non-Muslim country and writes anything critical of Islam or Muhammed is immediately marked for death by the Muslim imams and clerics, and is the recipients of hundreds of death threats, some of which have been carried out? Why is it that writers living in a Muslim country are jailed or killed for expressing even the least bit of criticism about Islam (if they are not first killed by angry mobs instead)?

Ever hear the expression, "Kill the messenger?" Apparently, that methodology is central to how Islam deals with anything and anyone not favorable to Islam.

Truth was the first casualty from the birth of Islam. In essence, Muslims are taught only what other Muslims want them to know. Free thinking is definitely NOT encouraged -- in fact, it can be a capital crime.

In fundamental Islam, there is only one truth (even if it flies in the face of reality), and that truth is forcefed to millions of its followers.

Islam is the only religion in the world that requires mandatory conversion for life. Islam is the only religion in the world that kills its converts if they choose to join another religion. Islam has no respect for other religions. Islam is the only religion in the world that preaches (and practices) world domination. Islam created the largest empire the world has ever known, and did so primarily at the point of a sword.

Islam is unlike any other religion in the world -- and that is NOT a good thing.

Do you want accurate references? Here's one for starters:


Here's another one:


Before you jump to your feet and cry "Foul," you might want to read the comments made by a Muslim about the ridiculous cartoon riots:


The Jordanian weekly paper "Shayhan" published 3 of the J-Posten cartoons and urged Muslims to think rationally.

The paper's editor, Jihad El Momeni, had something very interesting to say. "What insults Islam more?" he asked in his editorial. "a foreigner who drew the prophet or a Muslim who donned a bomb belt and committed suicide in the midst of a wedding party in Amman or anywhere else?"

"What forces the world more to blaspheme Islam, cartoon drawings or a real beheading scene of a hostage with the cry of "Allahu Akbar" being heard in the background?" El Momeni asked.


Is it not a fact that deceit done in the name of Allah is OK by Muslims who consider themselves to be true belivers? In other words, lying is OK. Signing agreements that will later be broken is OK. Basically, anything that helps the cause is OK.

I can name dozens of instances where Muslims either outright lied about events, or made up fictitious stories.

Remember them calling the battle of Jenin a "Massacre" with hundreds dead?

Remember them saying that Israel actually engineered the 9/11 attacks?

Remember them sahying that the Holocaust never happened and is just a way for the "Zionists" to gain sympathy?

Basically, Muslims say on a daily basis that "Zionists" are responsible for anything and everything bad that happens to them (and others).

When it comes to Jews and Israelis, no lie is too outlandish.

It is for these reasons that the authenticity and accuracy of Muslim and Muslim-sympathetic sources MUST BE CALLED INTO QUESTION!

In other words, you could put in front of me two stacks of Muslim sources to support your contentions that are as high as the Twin Towers were before 9/11, and my response would be that they are about as substantive as the Twin Towers were after 9/11.

Basically, you're spitting in the wind, and the majority of readers here would agree with me.

Shalom Alechem!

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