Today we exist in a state whereby we must all re-examine our beliefs, and through this process we are being forced to face the music. Islam is not an exception to this reality. I have studied the empire of Khazaria for many years, one of the main cultural tenets before they had the mass conversion, was to kill those who talked too much. In this manner the Khazars remained fixed into their culture, imprisoning themselves in perpetuity. The conversion of the Khazars to the Talmud, though I have read that the Khazars would not at first accept the Talmud as it was not ordained by Bulan, was an attempt by King Bulan to break the cycle of debauchery that the empire had become.
The similarities between Islam and the Khazars are many and one must consider that there could well be a very well hidden historic connection.