Naziasm is an ideology... Islam is an ideology... both encourage dangerous, ugly ideas...
if I say "screw Nazi's" no one is going to call me a racist, a xenophobe, or a naziaphobe.
Anyone is capable of snapping, or just being an ahole and committing atrocities, but why does radicalization work so well in Islam? Is it not that it is truly rotten at its core? Can someone be called radical for acting out a completely plausible interpretation of their religion? Can you subscribe to something so hateful, disgusting, and violent as the Koran, then be absolved yourself when one of its adherents commits atrocities based on it? "that's not really Islam..." actually according to the rule book it is.
You cannot kill ideologies with force. Isis is not a country, it may get beat down and run out town, but the ideologies that led to its creation are just as strong in the next group to take its place. over and over and over and over
If someone called you a Nazi the majority of mentally healthy normal people would be offended. its something shameful. Why isn't Islam? And for those who will compare all other religions faults, you are a few centuries too late, there is no systematic radicalization of Jew, or Catholics, scream all you want its just not happening. When the pope speak, millions of Catholics listen, who speaks for Islam? Can anyone tell me?
Just some things I wonder. I abhor ALL RELIGIONS, but I feel Islam is a special apologist case that will never allow itself to be reformed. As long as the "non-radical" adherents try to distance themselves from the "radical" adherents, there will never be reform. It is a HUGE religion, the fact that such an enormous ideology that includes world leaders, famous people, very rich people and so on cannot get things in order in its own house I feel says something about what the religion is at its heart. Evil.
Some crazy christian bombs an abortion clinic, they are outsiders, on the fringe of global Christianity. When terror occurs in the name of Allah, isis and islam, the radical are the insiders, at the core of the religion with no central higher voice to condemn what they do, just people saying "that's not MY islam"...
So called moderate Muslims are afraid to speak out because of "violent intimidation."
And every time somebody says 'Islamophobia,' it gives the people who are intimidating cover.