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Enough of improvisation

Reader comment on item: U.S. Improvising on Security Five Years After 9/11

Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Sep 5, 2006 at 14:43

It is long overdue to ask questions like:

1) Are kuran and shariah compatible with the US constitutions and laws?

2) Is islam a genuine religion or rather a totalitarian political ideology camouflaged as religion?

3) Is islam an enemy of the open society?

The treatment which islam / muslims gave, give or threaten to give to ex-muslims makes it clear that islam cannot be given any soft treatment anymore. Showing / practising tolerance to a totalitarian dictatorial and manipulative ideology (like islam) is no sign of political intelligence or wisdom. False magnanimity will prove to be suicidal for the non-muslims.

Muslim liberals (so-called) are neither capable nor willing to take on islamic extremists, but act to camouflage or hide or justify or protect them (be it sometimes unknowingly or unintentionally). The kuran is disposed favourably towards the islamofascists and extremists, hence the muslim liberals cannot defeat or defang them. The blame for this inherent failure of the muslim liberals however is regularly and habitually put on the non-muslims. How long is that to go on?

The aggressive damage, losses, insults and injuries which muslims have inflicted upon the non-muslims during the past 1400 years are enormous.


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