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The West must be united and determind to fight the reconquest of islam

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Submitted by simon mendes (Israel), Dec 6, 2006 at 15:33

The general concept of the article is true, as far as the political motivation coated with the idea of religion. The same goes for the means of war, how to fight it. But there are two major problems in this matter.

First, the fact that political motivation is dressed with the religion of Islam, makes it very difficult to fight against it. Because whatever the chosen means will be, Islamic societies and states will be easily mobilized against it.

Second, still it is possible to fight the renewal spread of Islam, with all the necessary means mentioned in the article. But the free forces of that campaign, must be armed with immovable determination.

Alas, the free west is totally divided. True, it happened already in the past. But then, democratic states had submitted totalitarian regims (Hitler, Stalin and Hirohito), when they armoured themselves with the thick determinism, bofore they waged the war itself.

At this stage, the importance of this article is to mobilize the will of the West to adopt that determinism.

Otherwise, DEMOCRACY cannot fight the famous islamic slogan "The religion of Mouhammad is in the Sword".

دين محمد بسيف

Simon Mendes.


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