After witnessing muslims intentionally targetting hundreds of school children and intentionally blowing to bits 350 of them in a single day, and after seeing the muslim "general" response of "distancing" themselves from those who did the evil act, yet at the same time doing what they could "justify" the evil act, I must say that I have lost almost all faith in muslims as a people and in islam as a viable religious entity.
Muslims intentionally murder 350 children in a single day. We get these responses from muslims:
1. The russians are evil so it is ok to murder their children
2. The muslims who murdered the children were wrong, but heck the russians are evil, so that makes it ok.
3. The muslims who murdered the children are not "real" muslims.
(Now if those same muslims were murdered before they could get a chance to kill the children, their muslim 'brothers/sisters' would be calling those scum "maryrs" and "mujadhideen" and use their murder as an excuse to kill more civilians throughout the entire world.)
So they are "real" muslims when it helps promote the goal of propagating hate, yet they are "fake" muslims when they are caught acting out the very hate that they helped to propagate.
4. "educated" muslims must join together and "figure out" if it is ok for muslim terrorists to murder children or not (note that they are not joining together to denounce the murder, they are joining together to see if such evil is ok according to islam). And take note that some came to the conclusion that targetting and murdering children was ok according to islam.
What does it say about a people who must "debate" and "ponder" about whether or not it is ok to intentionally murder children????
The "fatal flaw" in Islam seems to be that it states that muslims must always defend their 'brothers/sisters' from attack by non-muslims. This is a flaw because it also means that when an evil sinful muslim is attacked, that the other muslims must defend that evil muslim. So the end result is that muslims find themselves doing whatever they can in order to defend evil and to side with evil. The problem with this is that they actually believe that their religion is superior and better and that their religion is the religion of "peace".
-We see this fatal flaw demonstrated in full force as we watch even "good" muslims at worst saying it is ok to kill non-muslim children, and at best saying that it was not ok but that those muslims were not "real" muslims (see that is the only way to pull the evil muslims out of the "fatal flaw" issue), or to say that it is not ok to perform the evil, but in the same breath justify the evil act.
The religion of "peace" has seemingly become the religion of 'blow your children to "pieces"' and at least online it is very difficult (although not entirely impossible) to find any muslim who will outright denounce the evil act as an act of pure evil, and to denounce the muslims that performed the act. Yes, from a political perspective there are often cases where the muslims were "wronged". The difference is that other cultures are willing to acknowledge when they are wrong and are willing to punish "their own" when they are guilty of such evils (take the iraqi prison abuse issue), yet the general muslim response is to either praise or find a way to justify the evil that is done rather than to outright denounce it. Plus do we ever see the "shariah law" go into effect to punish a terrorist who murders children or other civilians? Never.
So, has the islam religion of "peace" failed the muslims in not being a good enough guide for how to live a good and civilized life, or have the muslims simply failed to live up to the teachings of islam? Or both? Does the religion itself have enough hate in its text to permit those who are more likely to perform acts of evil to have religious backing to do so?
Don't get me wrong, I have friends who are muslim. I respect them and the religion (my friend's version) that they practice and I would never wish any harm upon them, nor would they wish any harm upon me. This post is regarding the "general" muslim views that are often expressed online.