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Reader comment on item: Documentary Exposes Radical Muslim Rhetoric
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Submitted by Terry (European Union), Feb 19, 2007 at 17:17

I agree that in many cases, muslims are working the system to their advantage, and yes of course, once established in power/influence, the 'law' can then be changed. That is what must be prevented in order that the democratic way of life; warts and all can continue. Known as freedom to us, it is not the Islamic way. It would be easier to say that if various individuals do not like the system in the host country, they can simply go to a country more to their liking and live their lives out as they wish in relative peace and safety. That is not the Muslim goal however.

There is ample proof that global Islam is the prize, and the only objective that is acceptable. That is a pillar of the Muslim faith, and to that extent even Muslims who do not espouse terrorism cannot be classed as moderates. Then again it appears that Muslims can adjust their dogma to fit in with their ideas at will. In other words, they do not class 9/11 as a terrorist act. In fact the general view is that a) it was a CIA/MOSSAD plot. b) Osama bin Laden is really a nice guy, and c) it was totaly justified anyway. 9/11 may have been the most murderous of the plots, but there have been many others, some detected in time, others sadly not.

The international community may agree on the necessity of a pre emptive strike, but there are sufficient rogue states now, to veto any such proposal in the UN. The UN has anyway become a 'talk shop' much in the vein of the old League of Nations. They did not prevent the second world war. As for the rule of international 'law' Ahmadinejad has openly called for the obliteration of Israel, and he is still there, spouting his hatred of the west, and the great satan. I am afraid, very afraid.

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