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United States not much better

Reader comment on item: Muslim Europe
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Submitted by Brad (United States), Aug 8, 2006 at 13:39

I live in Atlanta, Georgia in the U.S. The United States in comparison to the EU has many similarities. White folks aren't having babies as much anymore (???) while Latino and Black women are having many more children - this will at least help our country sustain its population for years to come. However, our nation is still a christian nation that (so far) has not gone challenged by the ideology of Islam as the EU currently is.

This is where the difference is.

A central tennent of Islam is the subversion of non-Muslim cultures and the establishment of Shi'ria Law in traditionally non-Muslim lands. As the article stated, the EU is under threat of being changed in a fundamental cultural way by the religion of Islam. When Muslims living in the EU feel strong enough they will attempt to transform the current democratic society in an Islamic society with Islamic laws. This will have great implications for non-Muslims - namely non-Muslims living in Islamic countries do not have the same rights as Muslims do. THEY SHALL BE TREATED AS SUBSERVIENT AND "LESS-THAN" TO THEIR MUSLIM NEIGHBORS, AND THEY SHALL BE TAXED SIMPLY BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT MUSLIM. This is all clearly stated in the Koran.

People need to WAKE UP and understand what Islam teaches its followers. The transformation of democratic society in Europe is well underway. And if you don't convert over to their ideology, as stated in the Koran, you may be subject to "lesser-than" status, imprisonment, or even death by way of infidel.


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