& Afterthoughts by Naim Dangoor
All European Culture is Trash
represents a seismic fault-line in the history and culture
of Europe, and, as such, it augures a major future quake
which would rank very high on the Richter scale.
Nineve of old
saved itself by undergoing a complete and sincere repentance,
but the nations of Europe are not willing to change their
ways. Anti-Semitism, now in the guise of Anti-Semitism or
anti-Israel is on the increase. One reason for this state
of affairs is that no proper punishment was meted out to
fit the crime of the genocide of the Holocaust.
too late to do so now to punish our enemies. But who are
our enemies, seeing that the perpetrators themselves are
either dead or dying?
All those who
deny the Holocaust, or commit Anti-Semitism, or commit terrorist
acts against Jews are indeed our enemies and must be regarded
and treated as if they themselves took part in the murder
of the Six Million.
He who sacrifices
his principles for material gain will, in the end, lose
both his principles and his material gain.
further and deeper than reason, but Faith must not contradict
reason. Religion must adjust to scientific discoveries.
Racism is terrorism.
The proper way to deal with it is by counter-terrorism.
sow their wild oats at the start of their careers; others
do so at the end of their careers. Both approaches are equally
valid, it is all a matter of priorities.
99% of what
we attribute to "God" is due in fact to the momentum
of history and geography. In short, the momentum of nature
the momentum of creation, if you like. (Kismet -
The other 1%
is attributable to the God within us. For when we were created
in the image of God we did not only get the outside form
but God gave us a spark of love, a spark of justice, a spark
of genius, a spark of wisdom, a share of His attributes
and it is this God within us that we are trying to assert.
"one who struggles with the momentum of nature. Islam
means to submit to the momentum of nature. Our destiny is
to become Gods.
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