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Submitted by true believer (India), Apr 18, 2006 at 04:25

What moslems did hundreds of years back is forgiveable. The earlier ages were much less civilized and enlightened and every nation, race or tribe was at constant war with one another. Also in those days, there was no established world order and "might was right". We had many non-islamic plunderers like the huns and vandals whose aim was just to loot and destroy, and that was what they precisely did.

What islamists is doing now in THIS age is certainly NOT justified. There is simply no excuse. The world is moving forward but they are trying to drag it back to 6th century AD. Islam continues to be a religion driven by hatred, violence and lust, and moslems are proud to keep it as "pure" aka. barbarian as it was when it was invented about 1400 yrs back. It talks of and only understands the language of violence. Be it America or UK or Australia or Israel or Turkey or Egypt or Sudan or Nigeria or India or Indonesia or Pakistan or anywhere... moslems are always the aggresors and are out to destroy others, irrespective of whether they are the majority or the minority.

Why don't they just give themselves and the world a break ? One day the civilized world will lose its patience and its civility and begin to talk back to them in their own language. Probably then islamists would understand the language. Today Iran is developing nuclear weapons to destroy Israel and then the West in the name of its crazy ideology. While we are concerned about a nuclear holocaust and its horrible after-effects,the moslems world wide are rejoicing at this thought ! What more do need as proof about the true nature of islam ?


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