Iraq and Immigration, the Endless Story

Monday, June 26, 2006
"Then why did it work with Germany and Japan?" I asked, folding my arms.

"The problem," he said, "are Muslims." "The Muslim faith is closed-minded and violent. Not individuals, of course. But as a whole, we've built a violent culture and a violent religion. Look at Mohammad. He fought wars his entire time as the leader of the Muslim faith. One could argue he was a terrorist."
The rest is at My father's solution for America

1 comments:

JoeC said...

The father is asked this question:

"But is the religion itself, in its purest form, a violent religion?"

His reply:

"No," he conceded. "If it were, I wouldn't be Muslim. But the Qu'ran isn't an easy book. It doesn't state things clearly. The problem is the interpretation of the religion, but unfortunately it's a mass interpretation.

He claims it's the "interpretation" of the qu'ran.

Yeah, right. The qu'ran was written by terrorists, for terrorists, in the interest of furthering the terrorist cult of "islam."

In the article, the father makes this statement:

"There's nothing wrong with a slow changing of American culture."

Not true. That statement is entirely dependent upon what type of changes we are talking about. And it is certainly not true if he is talking about "converting" America to islam slowly.

Looked like just another propagandist diatribe, to me.