A 1,389 Year-Old ‘Phobia’?

A direct correlation exists between Western ignorance of history and Western ignorance of Islam’s “troublesome” doctrines.  It is this connection that allows Islam’s apologists to get away with so many distortions and outright lies meant to shield Islam.

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  • The Butterfly

    Why have I never heard of Quakerphobia? Or Swedenborgiaphobia? Or Shintophobia?

    It’s a big mystery.

    • Hard Little Machine

      I would suggest that militant Shinto is a part of what motivated the Japanese empire in the 1930’s

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I have an irrational fear of pastafarians.

  • Hard Little Machine

    A phobia is an irrational fear. This is not an irrational fear. This is a “Leave me alone, please, or I will kill every motherf^cker I find if you attack me” kind of deal.

  • Spatchcocked

    Knowing the history and knowing the contemporary history as it unfolds I wonder what we are not doing and why are our leaders not doing it.

    And this suicidal immigration fiasco ? Why is this not being addressed sensibly and forcibly?

    Are we selling our birthright for a mess of pottage? 5 weeks holidays and a welfare state with full medical and dental…….

    Where is our leader?

    • Alain

      We haven’t got a leader.

      • Bernie

        Better yet, who is paying our Leader to look the other way?

        • Alain

          Soros for one but not the only one for sure.

  • John
  • bargogx1

    Isn’t it strange how this same “phobia” exists in so many different cultures at so many different places and times? What a mystery!