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Casualties of Islamic Jihad

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Submitted by Linda Haslam (United States), Nov 8, 2007 at 09:21

I have been researching Islam for almost two years now. Unfortunately, the Koran (as well as the Hadiths) teach Jihad as an imperative--the Sixth Pillar of Islam or the "Hidden Imperative." In accordance with my research, the "Sword of the Prophet" (may peace be upon him?) is covered with the blood of over 270 million non-believers. Millions of Muslims have also been killed by the doctrine of Islamism.

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