Friday, March 17, 2006

What went wrong? - Review

What went wrong?
Bernard Lewis's about Islamic Fundamentalism, known as " what went wrong? "
Is one of the most known researches about Modern Islamicism. As he writes, he tries to claim that Islamic Fundamentalism is happening thanks to lack of moderation.
However, as how much his claim is true or false, he says nothing about WHY there was a lack of it.
From that moment forward the book turns into Politically Correct theme which I found very shallow.
He didn't write the Islamic line of thinking - Non Muslims are inferior and the Muslims should kill them.
He didn't write that Islam alreay ordered specifically his science ( so if you'll think of it, there can't be moderation ).
Let me rewrite it:
When the Muslims conquered many nations, they forced Islam on them. Almost all of the Science came out of Jewish/Christian/Muslims of Christian descent, so the Muslims just exploited it.
After the Islamic Empire became far more religous under the Abbasids, the slow sinking down began, and non Muslims were systematically thrown out of culture, as Islam commands ( Note, this was so also at the Ottoman Empire ).
The Islam, who had been nothing but Military power, was an Empire, but as Science and time went on, the West became stronger and Smarter, and the Muslims, who can't understand that what led to their great poverty was Islam itself, were angry upon the first thing they found out, which was Jews and Christians at first, and then turned onward to the West.
That's the truth. The thing that went wrong was that Muhammad's Mother didn't make an abortion.


At 9:21 PM, Blogger Why Palestinians Usually Get It Wrong said...

Palestinians Humiliate Themselves

In a March 16 editorial in the New York Times titled, As If That Fire Needed Fuel, the Times writes:

"Israeli Army officials ordered inmates to strip to their underwear, which many did, marching out with clothing on their heads, an embarrassing and completely unnecessary provocation that trampled the dignity of any Palestinian watching that spectacle.

Given the humiliations that ordinary Palestinians suffer merely by trying to get through Israeli checkpoints every day, the prison raid just reinforced the already degrading reality of living under foreign occupation."
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas stated, “What happened without a doubt is an ugly crime which can not be forgiven and a humiliation for the Palestinian people.”

Palesinians should feel humiliated. A majority of Palestinians living in the West Bank, Gaza, and Jerusalem support suicide terrorism. A 2001 poll by Dr. Nabil Kukali and the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion (PCPO), found, "a substantial majority [of Palestinians] (76.1%) support suicidal attacks like that of Netanya [in May, 2001], whereas 12.5% oppose, and 11.4% express no opinion." A 2006 poll taken by the Jerusalem Media & Communication Center after the recent Hamas political victories found, “56.2% [of Palestinians] strongly or somewhat support suicide bombing operations against Israeli civilians whereas 40.7% oppose such operations.”

Considering that the majority of Palestinians support suicide terror, and considering that Israel prevents suicide killings on a daily basis, it should come as no surprise that captured Palestinians are asked to remove their clothes during the process of incarceration. Why should any Israeli take a chance of being blown up? Why should Israel present Palestinians with opportunities to commit suicide killings? Palestinians should feel humiliated about their culture of death and they should be asked to strip naked during the process of incarceration as long as their population continues to support, condone, and commit suicide killings.


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