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Congratulations Tunisia

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We must congratulate the Tunisian people, for this is the first time they have had a free and fair election. Since the ousting of the evil dictator Ben Ali, the Tunisian people now have had a chance to change their future and have taken advantage of it.

Interestingly, the party that has won the elections is none other than Ennahda (The Renaissance). Ennahda believe Islam is a progressive ideology and not one based on culture but one which enhances all that we consider modern, regardless at what age we live in. 

For those people who are unhappy about their victory, outside of Tunisia, generally fall under two categories; those who hate Islam and Muslims and the second, Muslims such as Hizb ut-Tahrir and organisations that promote political pacifism. 

As for the first category, they will never be happy with Muslims regardless of what they do. Anybody that so much as calls themselves Muslims, no matter how secular or integrated in the mainstream, you will never appease them and may even be accused of “stealth jihad”, by morons such as Michelle Bachmann, Robert Spencer and others who are as sick minded as those listed. Until we Muslims are dust, they will never make peace with us.

The second category includes those who believe Muslims should remain pacified. It is sad that these Muslims will never do anything to lift the oppression upon their fellow brothers and sisters, even if it means that an organisation will do more to aid the practice of Islam and Muslims. Hizb ut-Tahrir and other organisations like them, are so hypocritical that they wouldn’t even vote in an organisation that allows free practice of Islam in society. 

Congratulations Tunisia on your first free victory and shame on those who do not support the Tunisian people.

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From a speech given in Paris at the Sorbonne in 1910