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Our dear Syed and his poor logic

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in response to reader comment: sure i,n paganism no food is unclean

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 29, 2008 at 18:37

So let me see:

Our dear Syed who lives in India but pretends to live in Iran and then tell us that he is from Uzbakistan wrote this little gem

"sure in paganism no food is unclean"

Well let us see:

Muslims pray to an unseen God by prostrating towards a city called Mecca and they kiss and venerate a stone called al-ka3bba. This is what paganism is all about. Therefore Islam and paganism are one and the same.

See? Logic is easy.

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