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 Islamo-Fascist Hypocrisy
The news in recent weeks has been inundated with reports of abuse of the Koran by US troops at Guantanamo Bay. This caused numerous detractions by Newsweek and an investigation by the US military structure resulting in relatively mild accidental incidents concerning of the Koran. What is most disheartening is the number of riots this caused in the Muslim world, including the death of 17 people. So what is worse, accidentally kicking the Koran, or blowing up a mosque, during a religious ceremony, with hundreds of Muslims, and their Korans.

I can't figure this out. If a US troop were to put an M-80 in a Koran and threatened to blow it apart as part of questioning, that would be wrong. But destroying a holy structure, killing dozens of Muslims, and burning numerous Korans is ok? This just shows the hypocrisy and danger that is built into the Islamo-Fascist Movement.

The good Muslims do not speak out loud enough against these movements. The Imams are either in bed with the terrorists or they support the terrorist by not standing up against them. I believe the only way we will see a true change in the Muslim world is when the leaders within the religion stand-up and denigrate those who continue to do the religion the most harm. If Islam is a peaceful religion, as the media tells us, and I would like to believe, then it is time for those men and women of peace to stand up and fight for their religion.

Posted by Paul @ 9:16 AM 0 comments