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Submitted by Nick4693 (Japan), Aug 20, 2007 at 22:55

"i dont take any order to any cleric.....i can think of my own and take decision on my own. i dont belive in democrazy ...nationalism and capitalism. i belive in islamic system of ruling."

So says Mohammed Ali.

MA believes in the Islam system of ruling, but he won't take orders from a cleric. Which is it, MA? You can't have it both ways; it's either one or the other. You can't even wipe yourself without referring to the Koran. Try the right hand for a while and then tell your cleric it's much more convenient as you're right-handed. Of course, your revelation may result in a charge of blasphemy and you could lose your right hand.

Once again, we see the real face of Islam. MA wants to see non-Muslim women who live in Islamic countries all in burqas.

While ALL religions are controlling, thus repugnant, there is something very evil about Islam that drives a Muslim to force his wishes upon others. Of course, you don't like democracy, MA! Democracy means equality between men and women, and there's no way you're going to give up your chauvinistic treatment of women. Why is it, MA, that your women can never leave the home unless totally covered in a hideous sack? Afraid that some male might otherwise find them attractive and lure them away?

Of course, your women say they like the burqa! They've never worn anything else and daren't say anything else. Even in an all-enveloping sack, some Muslim women have gone shopping only to be arrested by your "religious police" for showing, inadvertently, their hairline or an ankle, resulting in a severe beating administered by these brutes. I have seen images of these poor souls on the Web that clearly show what Islam is all about.

Despite this, what always strikes me as strange is that Muslim women seem even more devout than most Muslim men where Islam is concerned, yet their "prophet" doesn't mince words in stating that women are of little or no consequence, and are ranked barely higher than animals on the societal scale. No doubt, you have read the Koran and must know about this, but have you read anything about the history of Islam's founder, Mohammed? If you really can think for yourself, read about your "prophet" and his "adventures" as leader of a band of murderous thieves. It's quite enlightening!

...If ever a religion needed a makeover it is Islam. If you really believe you can think for yourself, MA, please answer this question: Why is it that very close to 100% of ALL terrorist acts perpetrated in the world today are committed by Muslims? That alone says a lot about Islam!

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