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Noha Yousri, I've learned and continue to learn

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Apr 8, 2008 at 00:38

The reason I didn't mention the good that Muslims do, is because I haven't seen any. My neighbors are Muslims. They don't associate with any one other than Muslims, even though they have many non-Muslim neighbors.

And why should they, after all, Muslims are so superior to all other inhabitants of this earth, at least they think so. They attend a Mosque, shop at Muslim stores, are employed by Muslims, and associate with Muslim friends. This of course, is very common for most Muslims in Canada.

And yes, I've compared Jesus with Muhammed. This is what I learned about Jesus. He never hurt anyone, never raped any women, never robbed caravans, never built a fire on any one's chest, to force him to reveal where his wealth was hidden, and never involved himself in any wars. He preached the Gospel of His Father, healed the sick, resurrected the dead, forgave a prostitute for her sinful behavior, fed 3000 hungry people, selected 12 Apostles, and taught them the words of His Father, and asked them to preach the "Good News" of His return and allowed the Romans to crucify Him to pay for our and your sins.

Muhammd murdered 800 Quraish members, robbed caravans, raped women, married 13 wives or 23, nobody seems to know, instigated over 70 wars and today is a hero to Islam. Yes I know about the golden era of Islam. It began in 610AD when Muhammad introduced the wonderful religion of "Islam" and his god, Allah, who has existed and has been worshiped for at least 4 thousand years. Archaeologists have uncovered temples to the Moon-god(his name, Allah), throughout the Middle East. From the mountains of Turkey to the banks of the Nile, the most wide-spread religion of the ancient world was the worship of the Moon-god, or Allah.

Muhammad warred against Arabs until they agreed to convert to Islam. Six years after Muhammad's death, Muslims attacked the Jews in 638AD, warred against the nations of Northern Africa and defeated Spain in 711AD, and Muslim wars continued until 1492AD. In 1782AD, the USA learned that; the biggest challenge facing U.S. merchant ships were those referred to euphemistically as "Barbary pirates."

They weren't "pirates" at all, in the traditional sense. They didn't drink and chase women and they really weren't out to strike it rich. Instead, their motivation was strictly religious. They bought and sold slaves. They looted ships. But they used their booty to buy guns, ships, cannon and ammunition.

Like those we call "terrorists" today, they saw themselves engaged in jihad and called themselves "mujahiddin." In the last 3 years the Shi'ites have been at war with the Sunnis with hundreds of thousands of Muslims murdered.

Please don't bother telling me, it's the Americans who committed this violence between the Shi'ites and the Sunnis. It's all about who will rule Iraq. And I sure will not forget about al-Qaeda and your friend, Osama bin Laden, who started murdering innocent human beings in 1969AD, attacked the Twin Towers in the USA, murdering 2,974 innocents, including Muslims, with the price of 19 Muslim killers and the destruction of over 100 billion dollars of property. Of course, if you were to ask Mansoor, he would tell you that the Americans did it.

My last statement is that the "Muslim scholars who taught the world principles of Mathematics, Physics, Logic and a lot other stuff," simply learned this knowledge from the Greeks and not, most assuredly, from their own knowledge or their scientific research.

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