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The arrogant imperialism of Islam

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Submitted by Mark (Australia), Dec 19, 2006 at 11:27

This highlights once again the inability of Muslims to be good citizens of any country where another religion and culture is dominant,. This means that Muslims cannot be a loyal minority, and as their numbers and stgrength build up they demand to impose their Muslim laws and systems on their hosts. In fact the Koran instructs them not to live as minorities, but to try to take over. Their allegiance is always to the wider world of Islam -- religion over any national boundaries.

While Jews, Christians, Buddhists and other religions can manage to be loyal citizens of other countries while quietly maintaining their own beliefs and culture, Muslim arrogance demands that once they have their heavy footprints in any place, and their demographics grow to a substantial level, they automatically assume that it is 'theirs" for all time. They are the ultimate imperialist aggressors, both externally and internally! They aim to set up 'special Muslim rights' contrary to the laws of their host country and expand as cancerous 'cantons' that gnaw away at their hosts from within, eventually aiming to grow and coalesce their areas of influence until such time as they have taken over the host country completely. This is a mindset that many in the West are simply too naive to understand, especially when they open their doors to a massive influx of Muslim immigrants or so-called 'refugees'. Muslims specialise in playing the victim-hood card, however, for security reasons, the case for stopping most Muslim immigration to the West is clear.

For Israel, the time has come to demand proof of an allegiance to that country as a condition of Muslim Israeli citizenship. It simply is no longer possible to have a treasonous minority barracking for an warring enemy of co-religionists that aims to destroy the country they live in and reap benefits from. They must prove their loyalty in deeds, not just words, and they must accept the concept of being a minority in a country that is majority Jewish. They are free to practice their religion in Israel's democratic system, but they cannot impose in on the majority, nor set up separate little mini-states within it. If that is difficult for them to swallow, then they should be 'invited' to leave for a Muslim country as soon as possible. I hope Israel does not make the mistake of giving in one inch to these dangerous and extraordinary demands.


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