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    Thursday, May 11, 2006

    Let's Offer Iran Smiley Faces For A Change


    Maybe it's time. Maybe the USA and all free democracies should just give Iran some smiley faces. I would be against an Iraq-like invasion of Iran, so why not try the smiley face approach. I mean, really, we know smiley can make for a better world right?

    If you found out you had termites threatening to destroy your home would you negotiate with them? Maybe offer them your neighbor's house instead? I doubt it - you would call in the exterminators to wipe out the threat. In like manner, Mahmud Ahmadinejadio has threatened the home of the Jewish state. Not just one or two Jews - the entire nation. This mad Muslim, like CAIR, believes the best non-Muslim is a dead one.

    So, as a precursor to war and based on traditional Muslim's pattern of offering acceptance of Islam before establishing it by force, a letter is sent from the country of hate to the USA - a country of compassion.
    Ahmadinejad appears to be following the teachings of Muhammad, who gave specific instructions to followers as they engage in "holy war" against "those who disbelieve in Allah."

    In a Hadith, regarded by Muslims as sacred writings about Muhammad, the Islamic prophet says a series of offers should be made to "enemies" to embrace Islam, or at least accept Islamic rule, and if they are rejected, "seek Allah's help and fight them."

    In his letter, Ahmadinejad argues only Islam can "overcome the present problems of the world" and asks Bush, "Will you not accept this invitation? That is, a genuine return to the teachings of prophets, to monotheism and justice, to preserve human dignity and obedience to the Almighty and His prophets? Mr President, History tells us that repressive and cruel governments do not survive."
    Examples of Muslim control can be found daily. Today, at Jihad Watch, the post is about three little Christian schoolgirls beheaded by seven muslim males. Ah, the compassion.

    Send them smiley faces before it's too late.

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