Iyad Jamal Al-Din : How come this country (Israel) has developed a democratic regime, although it too has been at war and is surrounded by enemies, whereas the Arabs have not developed democratic regimes, using the existence of Israel as a pretext? How come Israel is not using the Arabs as a pretext for delaying its democratic development, its free economy, and its free press? Are they better, smarter, or stronger than us? We have oil, we have water, we have land, we have great minds - we have it all. Nevertheless, we have backward, tyrannical, and dictatorial regimes - and the peoples readily accept this. There is no real demand for democracy in Arab countries.
Who turned Al-Zarqawi into a criminal murderer? Who? He was just a little boy crawling into his mother's arms, but then, out of his love for the religion and the mosque... He began to go to the mosque, and the imam got hold of him, and turned him into what he is. He didn't emerge from his mother's womb as a murderer, or as someone who makes car bombs, and so on.
We face a bloodthirsty religion, or rather, a bloodthirsty interpretation of the religion. This is the truth. Some people's interpretation of Islam is bloodthirsty, while others' interpretation of it is civilized and human. There is an abyss between the two.
Escrito por Elise às 9:58 da manhã
Já estive no Egipto e no Sudão... assino por baixo o que disseste! Não sou racista, mas sou anti-fundamentalismos, venham eles de onde vierem!
Eu pessoalmente, acho um bom sinal, quando muçulmanos de certa forma influentes reconhecem que algo de errado se passa com o Islão. É o primeiro passo para acabar com os movimentos fundamentalistas que apenas destroem qualquer futuro.
estiveste no Egipto e no Sudão? Tens muito que contar, aposto! 8)
Numa coisa concordo com Ahmadinejad: a Europa viu-se livre dos judeus. Se eles já por cá andavam, sem país, porque raio tinham os europeus e americanos que os enfiar ali? Que eles o quisessem, é uma coisa. Mas os europeus e norte-americanos também o quiseram... Feliz 2006!