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    • G. Marcus
    • 28.12.07 | 18:42 (IST)

    According to Shariah law, waging Holy War of Extermination (Jihad) against Infidel nations is every Muslim's command, with Infidels given 3 choices: (a) Embrace Islam; (b) Submit to Islamic rule as oppressed Dhimmi minority (so-called "Binational State"); (c) Death and destruction. Any Arab ruler who breaks above rules faces "fatwa" of certain death. See Abdullah I of Jordan, Anwar Sadat, fate Arafat faced at Camp David II, and Abu-Mazen faces today. There are only 3 ways to prevent this: (a) Decisively defeat and expel Jihadists beyond insurmountable boundaries (happened in history only in Iberia, Sicily, Malta, Tsarist Russia, Ottoman Europe); (b) Sign Truce (Hudna), which Jihadists may for up to 10 years, until able to restage same 3 threats more lethally; (c) Evacuate and emigrate to another land. There you have it: Entire foundation of Arab-Israel conflict (and 14 centuries of Arab Imperialism) in a nutshell... Everything else is empty words!

    from the article: Reconciliation begins in prison
    First published 00:00 28.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 29.12.07
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