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Islam cannot be reformed

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Submitted by Oliver (United States), Apr 12, 2007 at 23:26

Religiously speaking - Islam cannot be reformed from a Christian perspective - that is to say the Protestant Reformation occured because Christianity had gone so far afield that something had to be done to get it closer to that which the founding fathers had taught - Islam's founding father taught the very things that the so-called radical islamists are practicing - mohammad even bragged he was successful through TERROR. So then the only muslims that can be reformed are the so-called moderate muslims - but what you will get is a true (radical) islamist for your trouble.

A secular democracy cannot co-exist with any form of islam becauce islam is an ideology as well as a religion - islam must rule the throne and the pulpit - there is no alternative. Therefore islam must be destroyed to an even greater extant than Facism or Communism - its destruction must be complete - in toto - or else the so-called free world will be enslaved.

Sorry to burst your bubble . . .

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