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Reader comment on item: Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism
in response to reader comment: In shah Allah, World will fall to Islam by 2025

Submitted by Coexisting Peacefully with My Muslim Neighbors in Texas (United States), Jul 21, 2006 at 10:49

I think it is extremely obvious that this comment is an unclever effort by a non-Muslim, passing himself off as a moderate muslim, to attempt to create fear amongst other non-muslims, in order to promote his political agenda. I'm not falling for it. He has, at least, given us an accurate description of how he thinks of Muslims.

When he said, "Kafirs don't have a purpose in their life. That is why they waste their precious time talking about freedom of press, democracy, secularism, gender-equality, individual freedom, sports, music, movies, fashion etc.," notice he carefully left out homosexuality and abortion. If he was really a Islamic fanatic(as he pretends to be) he would have mentioned these as Kafir values, but he doesn't want you to get the wrong (or rather, the right) idea.

When he asks, "How can kafirs belonging to different faiths unite?" he is speaking from pseudo-Christian paranoia. This is one Christian who doesn't buy it.

If I want to know what moderate muslims think, I won't learn it from this hoaxter! Nice try, Cartoon Muslim!


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