Reader comment on: Wahhabi Vandalism In Morocco and Tunisia
Submitted by Stephen, Nov 5, 2012 11:31
Islam tolerates nothing but Islam and dictates that Muslims wage holy war against all that is non-Islamic. The problem is that there are many definitions of Islam, and each definition of Islam regards all others as aberrations, their works as abominations and their followers as 'infidels.' So, until such time as Muslims achieve sufficient strength to wage war upon Western civilization from within, devout Muslims wage war upon one another from within.
Islam is a scourge upon the human spirit and one of the greatest threats to human spiritual freedom.
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