Let's look at a bit of innovation in the West. Let's look at just one man and see what he did-- and what is not possible in the world of Islam.
Pitman, Sir Isaac, 1813–97, English inventor of phonographic shorthand. In Stenographic Soundhand (1837) he set forth a shorthand system based on phonetic rather than orthographic principles; adapted to more than a dozen languages, it became one of the most-used systems in the world.
International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)
The IPA was first published in 1888 by the Association Phonétique Internationale (International Phonetic Association), a group of French language teachers founded by Paul Passy. The aim of the organisation was to devise a system for transcribing the sounds of speech which was independent of any particular language and applicable to all languages. A phonetic script for English created in 1847 by Isaac Pitman and Henry Ellis was used as a model for the IPA.
The IPA is used in dictionaries to indicate the pronunciation of words.
The IPA has often been used as a basis for creating new writing systems for previously unwritten languages.
The IPA is used in some foreign language text books and phrase books to transcribe the sounds of languages which are written with non-Latin alphabets. It is also used by non-native speakers of English when learning to speak English.
Innovation. We in the West do it as a matter of course. We admire those who are successful innovators. Innovation is a good thing to us. Even shorthand. It leads to the IPA, a very good thing for linguists and people who care about languages other than Arabic. And knowing other languages leads one to discoveries and innovations that will lead us to a future well beyond homicide bombing, honor killing, and mass slaughter of those we hate and fear from resentment and shame and the failure of Islamic religion. Isaac Pitman, who did not foresee the IPA, is one innovator. One guy! A billion Muslims, and all we get from them is children blowing themselves up in the hope of having sex with 72 virgins.
Google. ebay. Youtube.
Jihad. Homicide-bombing. Al Jezeera.
Shorthand for success? Innovation.