Dispelling the ‘Few Extremists’ Myth – the Muslim World Is Overcome with Hate

It is simply false to declare that jihadists represent the “tiny few extremists” who sully the reputation of an otherwise peace-loving and tolerant Muslim faith. In reality, the truth is far more troubling — that jihadists represent the natural and inevitable outgrowth of a faith that is given over to hate on a massive scale, with hundreds of millions of believers holding views that Americans would rightly find revolting. Not all Muslims are hateful, of course, but so many are that it’s not remotely surprising that the world is wracked by wave after wave of jihadist violence.

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  • bob e

    Please pass out the chains & whips for self flogging. It’s Ashura time.
    And I’m very excited this year ..

  • JoKeR

    I hear that Hizb ut-Tahrir is thinking about a new motto: Join Islam, it’ll be a blast.

  • mobuyus

    I will not tolerate that sort of diversity on my street.

  • Alain

    Hate is the lifeblood and driving force of both Islam and the Left. What else is new?

  • J. C.

    “iPod, iPad, iPhone… They’ve even got their own religion… iSlam! You should check it out… I hear it’s radical!”

    -Glen Foster (aka That Canadian Guy)

  • CoolTolerance

    They’re in denial because there aren’t enough killed. To jolt them out of their stupor will require huge events. Remember the U.S.A. on 9/11.
    I really doubt there will ever be another huge event because IS orders are to go for soft targets, a few here and a few there on a relentless basis. The effect of this will be to get the population used to it, thus accepting it as part of everyday life.
    Eventually, they will outnumber the Infidels through reproduction and accumulation of targets killed (let’s say 20 dead VS one suicide guy).

    • Alain

      Yes, and I think it will require major attacks that affect the “elite” governing bodies. Even 9/11 didn’t do it. The reality of it did not last long.