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Reader comment on item: A Million Moderate Muslims on the March
in response to reader comment: Dr Pipes, I disagree

Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), May 11, 2007 at 04:52

A statistical analysis of the responses to Dr. Pipes' essay reveals a clear majority of rational people disagreeing with Dr. Pipes.

Dr. Pipes thinks, wishes, hopes, suggests, auto-suggests, wants to encourage, wants to build up a mood, invite, urge, conjure up, confabulate etc. etc. this moderate stuff in and around islam. He thinks if we keep talking as if this islamo-moderate exists and encourage this (non-existent) being to come out of the closet and take to the streets then we non-muslims can relax and enjoy our week-end.

Unless the human beings recognise that islam inherently contains many unreformably fascist elements, unless muslims come to the stage of being able to recognise it, we cannot help them.

Islam is in its core spirit a fascist totalitarian arabic imperialist ideology - that's it. Any softening of this correct stance will help no one.

The muslims are the first, foremost and biggest victims of islam. They can't escape the islamic prison so they say we will take the non-muslims down into the drain too...


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