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Submitted by A fellow human being (Sweden), Mar 8, 2003 at 13:38

As human beings not all muslims are terrorists or violent but the problem lies in the teachings of Koran. According to Koranic verses first thing a muslim has to come in agreement that he/she has total belief in what Koran says, there is no room for argument or flexibility. Those muslims prefer themselves to call as moderate or whatsoever, is either deception or simply they have abondoned Islam but afraid to declare so because of constant fear for life.This brief introduction is in regard of the article: Polls, Palestinians and the Path to Peace by Daniel Pipes, New York Post, February 18, 2003.

If some one is not born among the muslims, I think it is impossible for him/her to comprehend Islamic psychology. I am mentioning this because I am unaware of where Mr. Pipes is born or grown up. What I am almost sure that Mr.Pipes is not born in Israel where Mr.Pipes was surrouded by muslims. It can be heard and seen all the time in state run TV or Radio or in the news papers, books or sermons from the mosques the massive propaganda, not simply hatred but very often open call to exterminate Jews and other infidels from this earth. My experience is from Bangladesh, and I wonder if it is more or less same in almost all Islamic countries.

It is very often heard from all Islamic countries in defence of terrorism the phrase "The root cause". They always say this in indirect support of terrorism perpetrated by the muslims. What the muslims hide is that the root cause of Islamic terrorism is in the teaching of Koran itself where the Jews and other infidels are denied the right to exist, so simple it is. You can change the Palestinian leadership of Mr. Arafat hundreds of times, but the root cause would still be there. Mr. Arafat or anybody else simply do not have the right to act otherwise. This is the root cause, and be in no doubt about this.Without changing the Koranic teachings, there is no way to change what is happening around.

Probably to start with, the initial responsibility lies on the shoulder of the UN. Only this body (UN) can open a discussion regarding this philosophy which I consider "against almost all basic elements of the universal human rights", strange however that unconciously or conciously, this is accepted by all civilized nations. Well, still the problem will not be solved unless the Islamic countries themselves revert the teachings of Koran. To start with, it is only the "House of the Sauds" can initiate this process. But I doubt that very much because that house would ever even think to initiate that process. The house of Sauds is believed to finance about 65000 madrasas only in Bangladesh to equip millions of souls with the most dangerous destructive weapons the human race has ever came across, the arms of hatred.

Well, then what to do to preserve freedom and dignity of the whole human race? I do not have the answer. Looking forward to see some deep writing about this by Mr. Pipes.

I become confused when I see millions of the so called peace lovers around the world demonstrate against the possible war against Mr. Saddam (the gas master of the post WWII period). the purpose of that is not only to bring the whole gang to justice but also to give the Iraqi peoples a chance to breath for a moment as free human beings, the virtue of which these so called peace lovers are enjoying every moment in their lives. Not to mention here of those hundreds of thousands of murdered peoples and almost a quarter of the Iraqi people are living in exile in fear of their lives from this murderous regime.

I become confused to see when the holy peples shake hands and sow their support in the name of peace with the leading members of the regime who just the other day gassed to death thousands Kurds, simply because they were Kurdish muslims. It is aprehensible the violent opposition by the tyranic rulers of the Islamic countries of changing the murderous Iraqi regime because of obvious reasons, but I am confused when this is done by the so called leaders of the free world. These so called peace lovers never explain how a violent regime and perpetrator of one of the most gruesome crime against humanity can be changed by peaceful means. These peace lovers never explain why they actively participated to destroy the Milocevcs regime. It would be a shame for the whole humanity to let these cruel perpetrator of genocide on their own fellow citizens go free at this juncture of history.

The dangerous axis has surfaced in this period of human history from the dormancy that is the axis composed of the Nazis, the Communists and the Extreme Islamists. And the free world is in extreme need to unite to fight these evils the humanity facing today. I just only murmer myself that is, The Nurengberg trial is still relevat today, not only to try Mr. Saddam and associates for the genocide on the Kurds, but also those who equipped him with the means which had only one purpose, that was to exterminate some human races from this earth.

A fellow human being

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