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Why I Condemn the Religion of Islam as Evil

Reader comment on item: The Evil Isn't Islam

Submitted by Wiley Freeman (United States), Sep 12, 2006 at 17:02

"Islam is a religion of peace." "Not all Moslems are terrorists." "Why do you want to condemn a whole culture?" "You're not tolerant if you condemn Islam."

I have heard it all before and you know what? It all bs. ... I'm not interested in going into the intricacies of Islam and quoting suras from the Koran at you. That's not necessary. I hear talk from some Americans that extremists have taken over Islam and that "moderate" Moslems have to recapture their religion. This is not true. Islam has always been the religion of extremists. Mohammed was a killer and an extremist. The history of Mohammed is the history of killing anyone who would not accept his religion. It is the history of his attempt to spread Islam over the world by force and murder. Aren't there good Moslems who believe in peace and tolerance, you ask. Let me answer you this way. The next time some Moslem tries to tell you that Islam is a religion of peace, just ask the following questions.

1. Does Islam forbid the killing of innocent non-Moslems? 2. Do Moslems who kill innocent non-Moslems go to Hell? 3. Did the 911 highjackers/terrorists kill innocent people? 4. Are the 911 highjackers/terrorists in Hell now? Moslems, even so-called moderate Moslems will never condemn these acts of murder because their religion encourages them to kill infidels in the name of Allah. Even if they do not participate in the killings, they will never condemn a fellow Moslem who does. The inescapable conclusion is that Islam is an evil religion...


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