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Reader comment on item: More Incidents of Denying Islamist Terrorism
in response to reader comment: It is not terrorism as the bodycount is not large enough!!

Submitted by donvan (United States), Mar 7, 2007 at 14:56

In the convoluted world of newspeak, a terrorist is not a terrorist unless he has a network behind him. The fact that political Islam uses terrorism (Jihad) as the basis of political expansion is not recognized by the academic/political nexus. Just as racism cannot exist except in the majority population, terrorism cannot be just one individual acting out the political agenda of Muhammedian politics.

I am at a loss to understand the commitment on the part of the American politicians to apologize, obfuscate, excuse and even promote the Muhammedian ideology. Is it willful ignorance, fascination with a dangerous and deadly ideology, or something more sinister. Perhaps the elites accept the reality of political Islam, and realize that political Islam will eventually prevail, simply because the politics of Muhammed is more vibrant, aggressive, brutal and focused, leaving the non Islamics to be forever on the defense. Political defense, like military defense, will ultimately fail. The answer is the destruction of political Islam.


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