Well, Many of you have seen my "Why Islam is bad" thread (both v1 and v2) and have different feelings on the matter. But this also raises the question on what should we do about it as a whole? The answer is simple. Educate ourselves and others about Islam. With this, we will know better and it will allow us to be better prepared with issues involving Islam in the future. Islam is a violent movement that focuses on power. So the other two things are to make it mandatory to prosecute anyone who commits a crime that's related to religion to the fullest extent of the law and to draw the line between religion and government, keeping them separate. Now before anyone thinks that this is discrimination, it's not. You have the right to pursue your beliefs and to be yourself. But that doesn't give you the right to be exempted from any law or give you the right to infringe on anyone else's rights (Gay Marriage, for example). Religion should not be mixed with government in the first place because Religion organizes meetings and such to have political influence. The constitution and religion doesn't mix. (Que the hate on liberals for standing by the constitution) I don't agree with liberalism for the most part, but put yourself in someone else's shoes and try to view matters from the other side. Religion and Crime is a big thing. Especially with Islam with honor killings, forced marriage, attempted massacres, and so on. They are fully aware of the laws and think that they are excused from them because of religion. So prosecuting them to the fullest extent will definitely make America a safer place. If we actually make progress on this matter, we could even take care of (gasp!) Tax Payers money being illegally wasted on Illegal immigrants and making it harder for LEGAL immigrants to come to America for the better life they worked their asses off for and did not steal. But with current political leaders and such, we need to start with the fundamentals.