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Friday, December 28, 2007



I wrote a small bit on this topic before. Although there is much violence in the Koran, one might say there is also considerable violence in the Old Testament. There is little or no violence in the New Testament because most of what is there is influenced by the teachings of Jesus Christ, who preached love, tolerance and peace as do some of the Far Eastern Religions such as Buddhism.

We can study history to know that although the New Testament teaches love and peace, there were times in the Catholic Church when love and peace were not practiced. If we just consider the brief time when the Inquisition was underway, when individuals were killed because they were believed to have deviated from the teachings of the Church. Although the Church was guided by the teachings of the New Testament, the church leaders were not. The Church was ruled by tyrants who acted similar to many Muslim clerics in power today.

How often do we hear a Muslim cleric teaching that if you are a suicide bomber you will not be rewarded with 70 virgins in heaven? There would not be any suicide bombers if the potential bomber realized there would be NO rewards to his actions. But the Mullahs are silent on this issue. Why? Do the moderate Mullahs fear retribution from the more radical among them, or do they really believe the myth of the virgin reward? We do not know the answer. Unless the Mullahs change what they preach the suicide bombers will continue, mark m word. We must also consider that the Koran delineates the virgin rewards to someone who dies defending the faith.

Another very serious problem with the Muslim religion is the fact that each Mullah cleric is free to interpret the Koran as he sees fit. This is different, especially with the Catholic religion of which I know more. In the Catholic religion, although Bishops are the ultimate authority in interpreting the Bible, they are guided by what the Pope says, Bishops do not have to follow what the Pope dictates. The only time Bishops must follow what the Pope says is when the Pope speaks ex cathedra, that is, when the Pope says he has had a direct communication from God. This occurs very rarely. The last time the Pope spoke ex cathedra occurred in 1950. Invocations of the Pope's Solemn (or "Extraordinary") Magisterium are rare. Since 1870 only one statement exercising the Solemn Magisterium has been made, Pope Pius XII's dogma on the "Assumption of the Virgin Mary into Heaven" in 1950. The Papacy is not dumb. The Papacy must insure that what the Pope dictates ex cathedra cannot be shown to be false at a later date because if this occurred then God would have been wrong. This cannot happen. Let us see whether someone can dispute te fact that the Blessed Virgin Mary was not assumed into heaven!

In my opinion, much of the real trouble in the Middle East began when we supported the ouster of the Shaw of Iran who definitely was a dictator. But what did we do? We strongly supported the return to Iran of the Ayatollah Khomeini. We essentially replaced one dictator with another who talked with God. Which would you rather have? Give me the run-of-the-mill dictator any day. Among the many things that President Carter did were to return the Panama Canal to Panama, which turned out to be a good thing, and the bringing back of the Ayatollah, which was a very bad thing. Oh well there is a balance between good and bad!

With the latter situation we emboldened the radical elements of the Muslim religion. The common people living in the Muslim-controlled Arabian countries do not know anything. The masses are quite stupid and directed and controlled by the Muslim clerics who are the real culprits. Most of them are no different from their prophet, Mohamed, who spread his religion “by the sword.” If you did not convert, you were simply killed. We know these things from history. In these days of political correctness, you cannot talk about these things even though they are correct and true.

In the US we are ignoring the basic problem of “Mullahs gone wild.” We are completely ignoring people who preach sedition. If a Mullah is preaching overthrow of the government, we should recognize this as sedition, arrest them, and put them in jail in solitary confinement where they will be unable to influence others. Harsh treatment, but do you have a better way to deal with the problem?
I do not profess to know it all, but I do know something: one has to cut out the cancer to save the rest of the body; one has to isolate those who preach sedition or sedition will occur; one has to destroy the terrorists to prevent terrorism. This is so logical, I do not understand why more do not appreciate it. We need to take a hard look at those Mullahs around the world who preach sedition. We ask Saudi Arabia to do this, but we do no do it ourselves. We ask Saudi Arabia because we know they can do it but do not want to. We do not do it in our own country because “we have the Constitution and the ACLU!”

Wake up America before it is too late.

nicola michael c. Tauraso, M.D.
Director, Tauraso Medical Clinic

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