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Offline Tony Rubolotta

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Radical versus Normal Islam
« on: April 04, 2016, 05:28:35 PM »
I despise dishonesty that jeopardizes the lives of innocent people.  Much to my chagrin, even Conservatives practice a form of PC by blaming terrorist acts and atrocities committed by Muslims on "Radical" Islam.  If we could draw a parallel, that would be like blaming the Holocaust on "Radical" Nazis while those poor normal Nazis were just dragged along against their will.

The normal state of Islam is to be at war with the world until the entire world is subjugated and all infidels are put in their place or eliminated.  That is not radical to the Koran.

My Creator commands that I not lie, and that includes the use of deceptive language for fear that a great number of people might be offended.  I'm not going to abandon that commandment now because a few Conservatives don't want to be portrayed as anti-Islamic.  I will remain anti-Islamic as much as I remain anti-Communist, anti-Nazi and fundamentally anti-evil.

Offline Chiram

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Re: Radical versus Normal Islam
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2016, 08:12:18 PM »
Well stated.

Infiltration is rampant, for instance Muslim Brotherhood members follow a set strategy on the international, national & local scales:
(Financed by Qatar Charity and Western taxpayers)

1. Presentation of islam

2. Selection of future 'Muslim Brothers'

3. Confrontation & Specialization

4. Domination & 'Tamkine'

Offline Tony Rubolotta

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Re: Radical versus Normal Islam
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Re: Radical versus Normal Islam
« Reply #3 on: December 19, 2016, 10:32:18 PM »
Moderate Islam is not.
Infidels fighting Obamazombies and Islamazombies in the wastelands of the former United States.

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