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pure Islam the "choice"?

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Submitted by peter (United Kingdom), Jun 11, 2008 at 09:49

In other words, follow me like sheep or face the consequences of fire and everlasting pain blah blah. Hmm sounds quite reasonable a choice when you think about it doesn't it? Islam is, and has always been, a doctrine devoid of choice. It prospers at the business end of a bloody sword.

If you think I am wrong then why don't you accept Ali Sinas $50,000 challenge and then we will all (myself included) gladly convert to Islam?

peace Peter

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