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why muslims are not moderate

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), May 18, 2007 at 14:41

why muslims are not moderate:

1) Islam is a totalitarian ideology.

2) Islam and muslims are restless so long the whole earth and mankind are not under the boot of islam. Islam is an totalitarian-expansionist-imperialist ideology.

3) Islam indocrinates that life after death is more important than life before death. Islam is humourless and never a relaxed way of life.

4) In islam there is a long tradition of publicly showing off one's piety, love for kuran and Mohammad, religious anger, fearlessness to participate in a war against infidels, exact imitation of the salafs etc., blood-letting rituals, readiness to die and kill for islam etc.

5) Muslims believe that the kuran is the last revelation and Mohammad the last prophet, hence they (=muslims) are convinced that they possess the ultimate truth and have perfect solutions to all problems.

6) Moderation is given only lip-service in the kuran. There are many sentences in the kuran which actually instigate towards fanaticism (as described above).

You (even a muslim) can find many more reasons if you are only honest and observe carefully and don't fall for the propaganda that all the good and only the good comes from islam islam and islam only.

Islam fulfills several criteria of being a fascist ideology (what these criteria are - this question has been often answered in this forum earlier).


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