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Reader comment on item: Who was the Prophet Muhammad?
in response to reader comment: Islam NEVER spread by the SWORD.

Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Mar 31, 2006 at 17:06

Let us review the basics of Mohammedism one more time.
Fact: Islam is a political ideology. The "Religion" aspect serves to subdue the masses
Fact: Mohammedism requires "Submission" to the will of the Muslim or death
Fact :Slavery was and is practiced within the structure of "Islam"
Fact: Changing from Moslem to Christian (or other faith) is an offense with a death penalty
Fact: Women are considered chattle, ie property of the male moslem
Fact: Islam is based on intimidation,threats, and violence toward non moslems
Fact: Islam, thru jihad, is in a condition of perpetual warfare toward non moslems
Fact: A non Moslem has no legal standing under islamic law, ie shiria.
Non Moslems will continue to seek some accomodation with the moslems, in the interest
the enslaved masses under the Mohammedian yolk. At some point, the non moslem world
will have had enough, and will destroy and subjugate the islamic barbarian...or not, in which case we will all be yelling allah akbar, and looking for some one to behead...

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