[ExI] Mosque at Ground Zero -- or not?

Stefano Vaj stefano.vaj at gmail.com
Sun Aug 1 10:40:44 UTC 2010

2010/7/28 John Clark <jonkc at bellsouth.net>:
> I don't claim to have more knowledge of Islam than other people, but
> apparently I do have less fear of being called a bigot (as I was on this
> list) from fools who ignore an obvious evil.

I really find myself between a rock and hard place in this kind of
debate, because as much as I am *radically* opposed to the
islamisation of the society I belong to and live in, I find most
arguments or people supporting this view intolerably "muslim-like".

Why can't one oppose Islamic colonisation simply as a matter of
identity and diversity?

And, btw, how much of illegal immigration, terrorism in western
countries, religious propaganda, christian-like anti-science attitude,
etc. are directly generated by western political, military, economic,
cultural (attempts at) colonisation of Islamic countries and
interferences therein? How may Afghans or Iraquis were around or
creating problems before the post-11/9 attacks? How many Iranians
still are? How many people had been recruited by fundamentalists
before the fall of Saddam Hussein?

At least in Europe, Moroccans and Egyptians and Turks, with the more
or less PC governments of their countries, were definitely more of an

Stefano Vaj

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