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Fairfacts Media

This is quite a disturbing movie which clearly sets out the evils of Islam in very simple terms.
A few extracts from the koran interspersed with various speeches and images of its followers in action.
I am sure the film will help people who fear its extremist doctrines get their message across.
A widfer populace will see Islam's evils too.
My the Religion of Peace will be seething tonight.
Which of course will prove Geert's point.
I have posted the movie too.
Not much reaction yet but if DenMt is appauled then it obviously will have impact.
Just why do lefties fail to see evil in its narrow doctrines and Islam's contradictions with supposed cherished liberal beliefs such as feminism and gay rights?

belt

Not to be an apologist for 911 or Madrid, etc, but there were no cameras recording the Crusade, now, were there?

usabikes

If I were a Muslim a Qur'an would be the last thing I would use for evangelism. Reading this book repulses the average westerner. And this is supposedly the final revelation of the true God?

Meanwhile - Friday at the Church & a Muslim converts to Christ:~

"Magdi Allam, who converted to Catholicism from Islam and was baptised by Pope Benedict XVI, today branded his former faith as intrinsically violent.

'I had to do this (abandon Islam)', Allam wrote in a long letter to the Italian daily Corriere della Sera. 'Beyond ... the phenomenon of extremists and Islamist terrorism at the global level, the root of evil is inherent to a physiologically violent and historically conflictual Islam,' wrote the Egyptian-born journalist, who says he has received death threats and is under police protection."

http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0; 21985; 23420244-5005961; 00.html

I wonder what friday at the Mosque will produce in the way of rational, intellectual responses to this film? Actually - I think I can guess... Wilders has merely reproduced Quranic statements and statements of Muslim leaders (of several nationalities) and some newspaper references, does this really make him a "far-right bigot"?

I'm away for the weekend & so can't participate in any discussion, but an investment of time in the following sources will be advantageous for the enquirer.

For insight into why the western elite leadership will not critique Islam I recommend Melanie Phillips' book "Londonistan" (fishpond have the 2nd edition).

I also recommend this article on Islam’s “Public Enemy #1” for illuminating reading on a Christian Priest causing Muslims themselves to question their faith (author Ray Ibrahim edited "The al-Qaeda Reader"):~

http://article.nationalreview.com/print/?q=NTUwY2QyNjA0NjcwMjExMzI2ZmJiZTEzN2U1YjYyZjE=

Lastly, I heartily recommend the following 1 hour video on "Jihad in Europe" (in 8 parts). Excellent information from three genuine specialists (Melanie Phillips among them):~

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9SI_yEkwr4&feature=related

Anno

Belt - "Not to be an apologist for 911 or Madrid, etc, but there were no cameras recording the Crusade, now, were there?"

No there weren't. So what? what's your point?

Peace.

Anno

Anno

Belt - "Not to be an apologist for 911 or Madrid, etc, but there were no cameras recording the Crusade, now, were there?"

No there weren't. So what? what's your point?

Peace.

Anno

John Boy

Did I hear on the radio that some clerics were so annoyed to be portrayed as violent they threatened to kill the man? Ironic really.

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