Sunday, July 24, 2005

Ask Not What You Can Do For Your Idea

Syrian human rights lawyer Anwar al-Bounni on radical Islam:
"Our problem is that we have ideology and we use people as fuel for it. Ideology is supposed to be in the service of a person, to make his life better not so that he can die for it. This is a culture of death - that people die for an idea. I want an idea that will die for me. If it doesn’t serve people it should die."

And that is precisely why the Western culture of life will defeat the Wahhabi culture of death now waging war around the world. The Islamists want to die for their ideas while we want to live for ours.


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