In relation to the post published here concerning The Guardian’s piece on UKIP’s No2, Gerard Batten, subscribing of Sam Solomon’s Charter of Muslim Understanding, TT commenter, DP111, brings up some interesting points.
Let us consider the hypothetical situation that ALL Muslims at present living in the West, accepted the call, under the threat of expulsion, to clean up their communities of extremism . They even went further and made changes in their teachings of the Koran and the jihad. Such an outcome would no doubt come as a relief to many on this site, the government, the MSM, and elsewhere. But I counter, that all such changes were being done merely to protect the ummah while it grows at ever-increasing pace in the West.
Once a near majority is achieved, that future generation of Muslims will simply revoke any changes (Taqqiya is advocated for Muslims when under stress), and return to the traditions of the unchanging and unchangeable Koran i.e., the canonical texts of Islam that cannot be changed, but only protected when under duress. That future generation of Muslims in the UK or the West, will even praise this generation of Muslims for having done what was necessary to protect Islam.
I would counter that in trying to provide a rational response to the incursion of Islam into Western societies, the mere fact that our rational response is rejected in full by the overwhelming majority of the Islamic community, will only sharpen our resolve in opposing Islamization. We tried, they rejected, they must be defeated.