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Saul Wall

This post hits the nail on the head not just for the beliefs of Muslims who view religion as a personal matter but for so many Western, pro-Islam Infidels.

I saw a discussion some time ago on a very forgettable site where people were saying something like:

"Why are we making such a big deal about Islam and terrorism? Sure 9-11 was tragic but it was a few thousand people in one year. Even if the terrorists got one 9-11 type event every few years the individual risk is barely noticeable against other risks like car accidents and such."

It never occurs to some people that the threat is not from a terrorist attack but from not being able to make certain movies, write or read certain books, wear certain clothes when near Mosques, send police into certain areas of Western cities or park your car on the street during riot season. The threat is not being able to defend someone who leaves a certain religion from being killed and having guest lecturers who unsettle a minority banned or harassed off campuses. The threat is separate legal systems and tax codes for different groups and not having elections respected if they elect someone who an emotional minority disapproves of.

David Boxenhorn

Well said. I think we have to distinguish between what Islam could be (which is anything), and what it empirically is.

BTW, have you seen this?

Josh Scholar

Well said. I think we have to distinguish between what Islam could be (which is anything)

Utter bullshit.

Islam is the work of one man. He was one of the worst examples in history, a violent, genocidal, hate-filled mad man. And he made sure that Islam is closed. There can be no new no new examples, there can be no humane principles.

If Muslims try to pretend away Mohammad, he will come back in the next generation, or the generation after that.

The only hope for Muslims is for Islam to become a dead religion.

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