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Do I need to repeat myself repeatedly?

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in response to reader comment: come on now!!! true believer

Submitted by true believer (India), Jul 4, 2006 at 11:32

Islam justifies violence in the name of Jehad, moslem religious heads approve of it, moslem countries fund jehads and produce jehadis. The average moslem loves and supports the terrorist acts. It is not an aberration but the norm in the moslem world. A miniscule minority, many of them apologists themselves, deny or denounce all this.

You often hear "Islam is religion of peace, any one listening ? We have got some Koranic verses to correct your mis-understandings. Actually it is the Jews who are spreading these bad ideas about us moslems" . Very familiar rant. Huns , Vandals, Goths, Mongols, Nazis and Commies did those very dirty things in the past that Moslems are doing NOW, but it is hardly justified. Today Islam and terrorism are inseparable. That is the plain and simple truth, no joking.

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