The strange case of our dear Mohammed and he does not really know what the Qur'an really says and another victim of Arabian imperilialism
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 27, 2008 at 07:07
I just do not get it about this preoccupation of Muslims with sex and drinking so do you want to talk about it our dear Mohammed? How about this cutting of trees thing?
Then our dear Mohammed wrote:
>many people target islam only by saying that muslims are violent people
Well all you need to do is to examine the violent history of Islam
>and even the quran says to kill the non-muslims wherever they find them,
So you agree that the Qur'an is violent? Should I tell the authorities in Saudi Arabia that our dear Mohammed is saying that the Qur'an is violent?They will kick you out of the country and you will be back in the Islamic paradise of Pakiland.
>but they fail to mention the quotes from then quran which says so.the verse in the quran which says "kill the non-muslims wherever you find them" is in chapter number 9 verse 7,
So is this what it says that in Qur'an 9:7 a book that you cannot read in Arabic? And are you confusing this little gem with ayat al-sayf?And no I do not translate Arabic for wannabe Arabs like you
>but often people quote only this verse number seven because in the preceeding verses they find the answer to their allegation, the verse was revealed to prophet mohammed(pbuh) in the battle ground and allah says in chapter 9 verses 1-7 that do not fear fight for the security of you and your families.
So where does it say that?
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