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Allah and Ramadan

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 22, 2007 at 08:33

Oh I forgot to ask you:

I'm sure you agree with me that Muslims are told to fast from sunrise to sunset. Right? Suppose we live in the arctic. Well if we get Ramadan during the summer months we will have to fast 24/7! Right? which is impossible. Now suppose we get Ramadan in the winter and with 24 hours per day darkness and no sun and no sunrise and no sunset. Well in this case there will be no Ramadan fasting. Right?

You know what all of this means? It means that your Allah is not the God of the arctic and he is only a local Arabian deity

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