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Reader comment on item: Terror & Denial [by Hadayat at LAX]
in response to reader comment: Mohummadians or Muslims

Submitted by donvan (United States), May 9, 2007 at 11:19

for your enthusiastic response. My intent was not to offend you, but simply to enlighten you to the reality of Muhammed and his message. Truth is sometimes very painful and difficult to accept. The historical facts indicate that Muhammed did ,in fact, consummate the sexual act with a child,which most civilized people consider a "Sexual deviate", Muhammed did in fact command his followers to behead captive Jews, and his message of "Submit or die" does in fact require perpetual warfare.

The term "Muhammedian" does not mean that Muslims worship Muhammed. It does mean the Muslims view Muhammed as the example to emulate. It is useful as a descriptive tool since all Muslims share reverence for Muhammed and therfore is a commonality, and a point where objective deconstruction to start. Obviously, non Muhammedians must deconstruct the Muhommedian movement for their own survival. While the conspiratorial nature of the Muhammedian movement may have been effective in the 6th century, technology has empowered the infidels to resist. I'm sure you would agree that the Islamic terror cannot be allowed to continue.


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