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Why no cry of wrongness from the "leaders" of islam?

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Submitted by Vincent (United States), Nov 3, 2006 at 12:31

I have heard no major leader in the muslim world decrying the false nature of the teaching of the fanatic muslim fascists. They are no different from Hitler. I just read about muslim leaders calling for women to act as human shields where several of their cowardly murderers had holed up in a mosque.

If the leaders call for the cowardly action of hiding behind women's skirts then if the women are also killed where is the injustice? I have heard many leaders of this world of cowards state that there is no difference or distinction made for non combatants. If that is the way that they want it then so be it. Just don't whine like a dog when your "human shields" are killed.

Until muslims begin to police their own and control the disease of islamic fascism, then the world has no alternative but to treat all muslims as suspect. I for one will never even consider conversion or welcoming a religeon that supports murder by the teachings of its vocal leaders and the inaction of the "true" leaders. The performance of terroristic actions should bring a swift and terrible consequence on any nation, religeon or person that partakes in such action. No words or pleadings of injustice are sufficient to explain away the acts of utter brutality performed by these animals. These beings, I won't call them people, should be treated with the same lack of human consideration that they impose on thier victims.

For the perpetrators of these violent and inhuman acts, no respect should be afforded them for thier beliefs or desires. I will never forgive nor forget the actions and impacts that they have had in my life. The actions of these pigs have shown that any showing of respect, compassion, or willingness to negotiate will result in lies, deception, and ultimately death for those that dared to show any humanity in dealing with them. I believe in the freedom to practice any religion that a person calls his or her own. Just do not expect me to welcome them, respect them, or go out of my way to accomodate them.

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