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Non-Moslems of the world must unite and not fight with each other to defeat terrorism

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Submitted by Judeo-Christ (Canada), Dec 9, 2006 at 13:17

Let me bring up an old Biblical parable: An old man was on his death bed and before he breathed his last he asked that his ten sons(who always quarreled with each other) come to his bedside. He then gave each of them a bundle of sticks and asked them to break it, but as expected the bundle of sticks was too strong and none of the sons were able to break it. He then asked them to break each stick separately and sure enough each stick was easily broken. Moral of the story; If you stay united you can defeat evil.

The only way to defeat and end Islamic terrorism is by solidarity among non-Moslems my friends, it is common sense, nothing else will work. As long as we are divisive and fight among ourselves Islamic evil forges ahead. Our divisiveness is the food that makes Islamic terrorism grow. Only our unity between non-Moslem individuals and nations will triumph over this evil cast upon our civilization. When I say non-Moslem I mean anyone, you could be an atheist, a communist, a buddhist, a Hindu, a liberal, a conservative a Christian or Jew or anyone for that matter who suscribes to a civilized way of life. On the other hand, if we keep bickering and fighting amongst ourselves like liberals against conservatives, communist against democrats, Christians attacking Jews or Hindus attacking Christians in Inda we will never win this war.

In the ultimate anaysis, remember, we are all infidels in the eyes of these barbarians, no matter what political or religious stripe we belong to. In the utopian world of these fools we will either be Moslems or die.


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