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Thanks hun for the linkage...chilling film isnt it?everyone should be mandated to watch it !
Thank you for letting us know about it.
Good film. But we can't wait for the moderate Muslims. Theyare so miniscule and not vocal. I happen to believe the only difference between bin Laden and the "average" Muslim is method and time- one wants victory with Jihad now and another wants it later, through pressure groups, demography and infiltration.I liked the ex-Nazi who spoke about Islam. Of course the Islam/Nazi comparison is apt and has been made before but it was more powerful coming from a victim of such a worldview. To be honest, I object to the term "Islamo-fascism" because it leaves the Muslim off the hook. It is the terachings of Muhammad which are the cause of all of this. He practiced it,and the so called "Wahabis" simply carry it out. In fact Wahabism is simply a reviving of the Hanbali sect. We have to be honest: this is a religous war in its totality. These are feverently religous people- they just adhere to a psychopathic one. That said, everyone should watch the film. It does that magic thing which our president and enitre government does not do- names the enemy.
After one watches this movie, the "this isn't a holy war" line holds NO water.
Brandon, I think it was Robert Spencer who said " There may be moderate Muslims, but there is no moderate Islam.
I think it was Spencer. And its a good point.
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