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Submitted by Oliver (United States), Apr 13, 2007 at 19:23

nothing - this is a typycal muslim response - islam can do nothing wrong - and the rest of the world can do nothing right - unless they submit to idiocy of islam - of course.

To be a Christian one must admit to having faults and being a sinner before the TRUE and LIVING GOD . . .

To be a muslim submit to a god that requires you to act out man's most violent faults and perpetrate man's most grievious sins against other men simply because they refuse to submit the that one same god.

This debate is not about one religion vs another religion . . . this debate is about an ideology of Liberty and Freedom vs an ideology of subjurgation and repression.

As a matter of fact this isn't even a debate because islam refuses to consider an alternate reasoned position, as demonstrated by mohammed's generous offer of 'Conversion - Submission - or Death'.

I could present to you 'history' as it really happened until my fingers turned blue and you would still not budge from your islamic tainted view of a world that no longer exists.

I am really not concerned about 'spilt milk' on either side - as a Christian I can confess my faults to my GOD and receive HIS forgiveness - I could even forgive a non-Christian if they were to ask for it - but you (as a muslim) cannot do these things because islam does not offer forgiveness - or mercy - or any way to admit you could be wrong. And so it is the present and the future that concern me - while the rest of the world has developed and changed its positions and opinions - islam has not changed - and as far as I can tell cannot change - so the rest of the world is left with the example of islam's past as a precursor for islam's future.

I gave a little to show that my side can be reasonable (I think the Israelis have tried this too) to an extent - you demonstrated the inability to give anything and that is not reasonable - dialog with islam futile - compromise with islam is futile - if things continue along this path a final 'crossing of swords' will be the only solution - so my first remark was not mis-spoken.

Submitting....

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