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No choices in Islam

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Submitted by Don (Kuwait), Mar 24, 2006 at 01:23

We mustn't forget where the minds of these people dwell. I too pity them, but not to the point of appeasing them because of their sorry blindness. Those of us who are Christian made a conscience choice to become Christian; there is actually an "act" to becoming a Christian that demands you do so willingly after consideration of what becoming a Christian means. (Personally, I believe God would have it no other way, and so has made this so for Christians.)

Close to 100% of Muslims were born into the religion. In most Arab and all (I believe) Islamic countries a person is deemed a Muslim upon his/her birth, and the parents could not have married without Muslim identity. Here in Kuwait (where I am currently working), all Kuwaitis are by law Muslim, and were deemed so at birth. It is virtually against the law for them to to be otherwise.

It is the duty of Muslim parents to begin indocrinating their children to Islamic beliefs even before their children can speak or question them; in fact, questioning the Koran is considered blasphemous, and this is deeply ingrained into the Muslim mind. It is unthinkable for a Muslim to question his/her faith - at least outside their own mind. It would not only mean legal problems, but to be shunned by your family, and family unity is 2nd only to Islam itself in the Arab/Muslim world.

A Christian convert in Afganistan is now on trial for his life, and the word in the street is that if Kharzi pardons him the man's own family will turn him over to mobs that will "tear him into pieces." To them, it's the right thing to do in the name of Allah and their Qur'an. No amount of protests from the West will convince them otherwise. It is also the duty of Mulims parents, as I believe Pipes has pointed out, to have a lot of children in their quest to populate this world with Muslims, with the eye on the prize of a world completely dominated by Islam and run under the order of sharia law. This is their goal and their agenda.

Muslim parents with only two children are looked upon with question and suspicion. The more children a Muslim mother has, the higher her status in Islamic society, no matter her wealth or professional standing. Now many Muslims believe it is their duty to immigrate and give birth to Islam in infidel lands, of course with the eye a few generations down the road. In their mind their patience and determination will pay off in the end, and the "work" they do now will be especially favored in Allah's eyes.

This is what we are up against, my friends. Even the "moderate" Muslims are a threat to Western society. They mean to take over completely, and we appease them at our peril.
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