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Submitted by Larry (United States), Sep 24, 2008 12:15

The Five books of Moses which document Moses' interface with the Creator and the incredible encoded wisdom of the Hebrew language have convinced me that Judaism is the most closely aligned with the Creator's plan.

Many religions, or collection of practices, rituals and beliefs have arisen over the centuries.

Any Religion, (yes even Scientology :-), can be used to connect to the infinite. All practices IMO are ways to connect. As long as the practice itself is not inherently evil and antithetical to connection with the Divine.

For instance Nazi paganism based on genocide and world domination is an inherently evil practice that can never rise to a legitimate connector to the Divine. As such we fought to eliminate and destroy it. We did not say but look at the good that National Socialism did such as restoring the economy, jobs,Social Security, Health Care. The same way we lock up a murderer even though he may have been the most philanthropic person in the world. He is a danger and must be removed.

IMO Islam, whose practices as outlined in the Koran include worldwide domination and genocide. Even though Islam has done much good it is and has always been one of the most dangerous ideologies ever to have arisen and has caused more death and destruction than any other. If allowed to remain Islam will destroy the world.


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