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BHO Muslim Childhood

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Submitted by Shlomo ben Avraham Pinheiro (United States), May 3, 2008 at 00:53

This would be no surprise since their Islamic god in sura 3:54 says, ..."that Allah is the best of schemers." So, for the believers to utilize "sacred deceit" ( yaqiyya) is highly acceptable in Islam. Is this logical and sensible to consider being dubious as their god? Why do the people and their god need to scheme? This is one of the major examples of Islamic criminality prevalent in the process to make the entire world Islam.

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