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Expose of typical extremist Muslim lies against Americans

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in response to reader comment: Funny how white people can say about islam when they treated blacks as slaves....

Submitted by Erwin (United States), Jul 6, 2008 at 04:38

Aliyah and other extremists are counting on us rolling over and playing dead -- all in the name of Christian love -- while they spew hatred, violence, lies, and try to take over our government and way of life. They will lie repeatedly because they are on a so-called holy war, and it's permissible for Muslims to lie in times of war, or on behalf of familly or friends. A Muslim cleric is on video stating this.

Maybe we should ask Aliyah to recount his family history for the last approximately 150 years and hold him accountable for every sin committed by his relatives. That's his blackmail against us as Americans. Slavery in the U.S. was abolished in 1865; the U.S. Congress banned the importation of slaves in 1807. Saudi Arabia only abolished slavery in the mid-1960s. Major parts of Muslim-ruled Africa stil condone slavery and kidnapping, and often their slaves are Christians.

In addition, the Africans who were abducted in the 1800s and sent to America via British ships had been kidnapped by other Africans. Tribes at war with other tribes made big money this way. I don't hear Aliyah telling today's innocent Africans that they are responsible for their ancestors' sins and they're "always beating, killing and torturing people."

Regarding Malcolm X, it's fashionable to relate his conversion to Islam, but it's not fashionable to share that he renounced the Muslim religion and converted to Christianity. It was a black Muslim who assassinated him, probably because he was considered an apostate and he was following Sharia law. I would advise people to read his autobiography, a very compelling story..

Like you, Aliyah, I've lived in the Middle East. The poor were treated despicably, and were often yelled at and beaten. Their wages were pitiful. The men were lucky if they have one suit a year, and their zippers wore out long before that. In the coldest winter, when it's snowing, they would wear plastic bags over their heads and on their hands as they worked outside.

I allowed a woman who lived in a one-room hovel with her husband and three children to use my washing machine in the winter. Normally, she had to use an ice pick to break up the ice on an outdoor pool of water. I stil consider her as one of my best friends.

In closing, I want to point out that extremist Muslims have a pattern of pretending to be Bible experts but usually give no chapters or verses or sources. Aliyah says the Bible "used to be a book of God" before it was "changed"...that it used to be about "peace and love." Your Christian friends who allegedly told you this are considered susupect: I'm an ordained minister. I've been studying the Bible (and the oldest translations available, including the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Targum) for almost 30-years.

Love 'ya, buddy

P.S. Check out 1 Corinthians:21-23. Paul exhorts slaves to "gain your freedom....You were bought at a price, don't become slaves of men."

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