>>There will always be bad apples in the bunch, but as long >as >>respect is not given, and encroachment upon what another >holds >>dear is nonchalantly practiced? > >You're making it sound like i'm saying the U.S. should >intervene in every Middle East country and overthrow all thier >governments. If you read over what I have been saying, that's >not my argument at all.
There is only one way to argue in Islam and that is by using scripture. If there is something the matter with an approach in politics, economics, etc in an Islamic country all one has to do is argue based on Bible, Torah, Qu'ran and Sunnah. But anything else is unacceptable, and I know that I as a muslim and those in my community are uncomprimising in that respect. NOTHING else can be applied. NOTHING.
> >Not only that, there are many people in the Middle East that >want U.S. intervention. You think most Iraqis aren't happy >Saddam is gone?
That was not the argument, so I'll leave this answer alone. > >------------------------------ > >“He may be friendly, but he's not your friend." - Malcolm X