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anti-Semitism is central to Islam

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Submitted by Michael Devolin (Canada), Mar 24, 2003 at 06:56

Why the debate? Everyone knows that anti-Semitism is central to the Muslim religion. Let's not be fooled by such denials as heard from those whose apologia on behalf of Islam is merely a damage control effort to cover up a hate-filled reality, which is Islam. It's everywhere you look and listen on the news-- crowds on the streets in every Middle Eastern city, even in cities now in North America, shouting anti-Semitic rhetoric. Who doesn't see and hear this is only fooling themselves.

Islam is even now inculcating its followers with this hatred from pulpits in mosques the world over. Why the debate? This is by now common knowledge. The problem for Islam now is that this hatred is come to light by way of 9/11 and other terrorist activities. The only "moderate Muslim" (merely a term invented by Muslims as a means of legitimizing their hatreds) is that Muslim who has not become religious enough yet to kill the "non-believer." . ...What's to discuss?
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