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Islam is on Extinction

Reader comment on item: MPAC, CAIR, and Praising Osama bin Laden
in response to reader comment: RE: Muslim v assimilation in USA

Submitted by kamekish (India), Jun 5, 2007 at 02:01

Dear donald,

You are correct to talk about Muslim fidelity. I have written extensively about the mentality of Muslim intelligentsia and leadership who are convincing and forcing illiterate or semi-educated Muslims to die not for their growth, prosperity and development but for slavery, poverty and deprivations.

Muslims are not only a threat to Americans but to themselves. They are going to extinguished from this earth the way they are killing each other in Lebanon or Iraq. Their leaders are not capable enough to be constructive but be the king of destruction.

Most of the Muslims across world live in dire poverty, but we hardly listen to the voices from Muslim leadership for the development or growth. They talk about the means and method to remain conservative. They are ready to kill each other in their own fraternity forget about killing the people from other religion. Muslims are killing themselves because of their misguided and provocative way of thinking. Most of the Muslim youth grow and become adult in the shadow of revenge. Muslims have to think for their construction rather than destruction.

Devastating twin tower is not a credit for any architecture engineer but it would have been the pride if they are able to build a twenty story building in Afghanistan or Iraq.

Islam is a religion and like any other institutions, this also has to update and amend continuously to save their followers from getting tribal mentality. Followers of Islam have to go a long way to reap the advancement of humanity on earth. Moderate Muslims must come forward openly to save Islam from extinction.



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