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Sudden Jihad syndrome

Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:

Submitted by Faqi (United States), Dec 12, 2006 at 01:32

Sudden Jihad syndrome, I am sorry to say; is in fact an eternal code of hatred moulded into the Muslim psyche through their holy book the Quran and the strict Islamic conditioning.

There should be no doubts regarding this matter. As long as there is Islam, there will surely be violence and terrorism done in the name of Islam and under the pretext of "Muslims being oppressed" by non-Muslims. Even in Muslim majority countries there is Muslim on Muslim violence, it is the nature of Islam violence is inbred. e.g. Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Indonesia. Lebanon and so forth.

Most of us in the non-Muslim world is still refusing to comprehend the real nature of Islam, Muslim mentality, Islamic agenda for global conquest and the coordination of global Muslims including the so called moderate muslims (if there are any), to achieve that goal.The world is now going through a critical situation, a major struggle between aggressive, ruthless Islam and non-Islamic humanity.The smartest and the most wakeful will survive in this struggle. The sooner the non-muslims understand the grave danger posed by the Muslims living amongst us the better to save our secular way of life.

As far as most of us can see, sadly enough, the non-Islamic side is totally passive, completely ignorant, woefully dis-united, naively complicit in this Islamic onslaught against the non-Muslim humanity. Even after 9/11,7/7, 7/11 , Beslan , Bali and other global Islamic atrocities, many among non-Muslim folks are still repeating their "Islam means peace" mantra. If this deadly non-Muslim ignorance continues, our days as non-Muslims are numbered...


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