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In the Wake of the Westminister Bridge Attack, What the Mice of Gough Island Can Teach Us About Islam

In the Wake of the Westminister Bridge Attack, What the Mice of Gough Island Can Teach Us About Islam

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Sunday, 2 April, 2017
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Proponents of peaceful Islam fail to ask critical questions:

If Islam is peaceful and if those acting violently in its name pervert it, why has Islam experienced a 1400-year storied past of brutal violence? Should not such a history of Islam cause non-Muslims concern something inherently is wrong with the religion? Is it not logical, therefore, non-Muslims be concerned Islam has existed for a thousand plus years and continues to exist as a burning ember, igniting generations of followers into action believing they rightly and justly are doing what the Quran  they do—impose their religion upon all others, using force if necessary?

What is incredulous is Western blindness, created by an era of outrageous political correctness, in failing to do what was done over six decades ago to save passenger lives in the aviation industry by identifying a problem and then acting to resolve it.