In his introduction to an American translation of Mein Kampf, Konrad Heiden wrote: "For years Mein Kampf stood as proof of the blindness and complacency of the world. For in its pages Hitler announced — long before he came to power — a program of blood and terror in a self-revelation of such overwhelming frankness that few among its readers had the courage to believe it ... That such a man could go so far toward realizing his ambitions, and — above all — could find millions of willing tools and helpers; that is a phenomenon the world will ponder for centuries to come."
And yet, who is pondering the phenomenon of Islam? Its program of blood and terror and cultural annihilation was written 1400 years ago, has resulted in the deaths of far more people, and even now, so long after his death, Muhammad still finds millions of willing tools and helpers.
Let us ponder this together, and do something about it.