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Intimidation is inherent to islam (=submission)

Reader comment on item: Intimidating the West, from Rushdie to Benedict

Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Sep 26, 2006 at 13:00

All muslim societies are having terrible problems as a result of islam. This causes many muslims to be frustrated and angry. Muslim leaders make use of this anger and frustration to recruit street-gangs, killers, suicide-killers etc. Muslim leaders will never honestly admit islam's failures, but blame the non-muslims for islam's failures and let loose the muslim street-gangs upon the non-muslims. The intention is to make any criticism of islam impossible and then declare that islam is victorious.

Muslims are "educated" (indoctrinated) in such a way as to be easily manipulated by their leaders to become tools of islamic fascism. The worst of islam is yet to come. Muslims will lie in order to fool themselves and others into thinking islam is great and wonderful.

Let us pray to god that he protect mankind from the islamist scourge. He alone can do it. Non-muslims can never match the violence, the ruthlessness, the deceit and the fanaticism of the muslims in this struggle. Unfortunately some non-muslims rush to please muslims by defending islam and its fascism and violence.


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