would christians feel if
islamic extremists took over?
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that point, it would be a matter of would you rather
fight than switch, unless the islamic extremists became
tolerant of alternate religious views and disbelief and
freedom of speech.
the muslim views? Likely to be placed in the "new"
pledge, on the "new" islamic money, in the "new"
schools, so christians who now are thrilled with the no-
tion of combining church -and- state might not be so
excited when it's mosque -and- state that's being com-
again, it's just another in a long line of absolute
authority figures, the Allah God thing, so it might not
be all that disconcerting to the christian crowd, once
they adapted and converted to the "new" God (or the
"new" interpretation of God, as it were, the one mating
to the islamic extremist rulers).
schools across the land, children would be bowing
to Mecca and chanting "God is Great" incessantly.
thought must bring a warm comfy feeling to the
hearts and minds of those who'd like the wall separating
church and state brought down, eh?