Monday, 27 June 2016

World War Two is a subject that Muslims should approach with caution

Nowadays, in practically every political debate the words racist, xenophobe, anti-Semite, Islamophobia, Fascist and Nazi seem to appear with certain regularity.

Whenever somebody is trying to scope points, labelling an opponent is part of the strategy to degrade or ridicule an opponent - even there is no justification whatsoever to use the said labels apart from the intention to misrepresent an opponent.

When politics and religion get mixed up, there are no saints even when the mass media are so dedicated to create to fabricate saints when none exist. A very ordinary politician suddenly becomes a saint and sooner than later a cult is born. Now, lets confront members of the public with reality. This was before 9/11, before AlQaeda and before Islamic State. It happened during World War Two. The picture shows members of an SS division fighting for Adolf Hitler entirely made up of Muslim soldiers, Muslim soldiers that were praised by Heinrich Himmler, Head of the SS for their commitment and dedication to their duties that certainly included the persecution and killing of Jews, Gypsies and other ethnic groups. So, here we are. This is fact. Incontrovertible evidence to show that there are no saints and that many Christians, Jews, Muslims or followers of any other religion can be cut from the same cloth.

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