From anti-jihad site the Religion of Peace:
Ramadan 2010 Scorecard
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And this picture:
Does anyone still not think there is a problem here?
And just to make what should not need to be stated absolutely clear, I don’t have a problem with muslims. I have two I count as friends – a Turkish man and an Indonesian woman.
She is more serious about her faith than he. She fasts, prays, keeps Ramadan, does not eat pork or lobster. But when I asked her to name a few things in the Koran she found especially inspiring, she could not answer. Eventually she admitted she had never read it.
Neither of my two muslim friends, it seems to me, have any real idea what their religion teaches.
A problem with muslims? No. A problem with Islam? Yes.
And for those who insist there is no moral difference between Islam and Christianity, because of, say, the Spanish Inquisition, it might be worth remembering the number of people killed every year in the name of Allah is greater than the number of people killed after being handed over to secular authorities by the Spanish Inquisition in its entire 350 year history.
That count of jihad murders does not include the deaths that would have occurred had numerous other plots and attacks succeeded.
Even if Christianity had been as bad a thousand years ago as Islam is now (and it wasn’t) why on earth would that be a reason not to take the present threat seriously?