muslims will fight the demons they raise themselves..
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Banning Islam is a vile idea that should not be even taken into consideration by modern day governments due to numerous moral/political reasons.
Firstly, the 1800's and early 1900's considered times of injustice for black persons living around the world. In South Africa partied was active, and In the U.S Racial segregation was in place. And when we look back on it as a society we all say in unison it is wrong. Yet we are trying to re-create a form of extreme religious segregation with Islam which fundamentally has the same structure as racial filing. This will cause havoc among nations that implement this religious segregention. Islam is one of the largest religions with over 1.6 billion religious followers nations will experience a major uprise. This may even cause a collapse of a nation which leads to my second argument.
Secondly, banning Islam in such a time is a terrible decision since it can lead to a civil uprising and major opposition from Middle Eastern nations which are well known for being Islam based. This may spark a war between both the Western Nations and the Middle Eastern nations.
Finally, modern day Islamic terrorism was created predominantly by the U.S and the UK. For example, both the U.S and the U.K funded the training for an organization to help fight a Russian-supported government from Afganistan, that organization turned against the U.S after conceiving victory and turned into the notoriously known Taliban, the group that most people fear, and have turned into Islamaphobics due to it. Nations can't blame a religious group for organizations that they created and funded. It's un-ethical and immoral.
This concludes my argument, of Islam, should not be banned. This religious feeling.
My previous argument still stands, awaiting rebuttal.
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