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Grand infidel: thank you and the strange case of Keith

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 23, 2008 at 10:10

Hi Grand infldel and thank you for your remarks

I do not hate Muslims. I feel sorry for muslims and the untimate victims of Islam are those Paki/tablighee the likes of our dear Keith, and no, he is not a convert to islam (more later). I'm here to expose islam as an evil human idea and it is no more than the imperialism of the Arabs and that islam has many similarities to another evil human idea and that is communism and that islam will also be defeated as it is anti-human and anti-reason just like communism

Now and speaking of hate: The Qur'an is full of hate and racism. Allah tells us that Jews are monkeys and pigs and that a non Muslim is nijis or unclean, and that Muslims should not befriend non Muslims (and as if I care), and that Muslims must kill the polytheists (Q9:5) and terrorize the infidles (Q8:60) and fight ahl al-kitab and get them to pay the mafia tax aka al-jizya and to humiliate them (Q9:29), and killed and be killed (Q9:111) . The God of islam dengrates the religions of others. And then Keith has the audacity to come and lecture us about hate.

Islamic theology? It is as poor as it can get. The basic doctrines of islam are no more than poor theology and here are some examples:

1. The major sin in islam is the so called al-shirk or polytheism so it is OK to crash planes in big buildings and kill 3000 innocent human beings but you must not be a mushrik or polytheist. How twised is that?

2. Allah tells us that he can change his mind as in the funny doctrine of al-nasikh wa al-mansukh or abrogation and are you aware that based on this cockamamie doctrine it has been estimated that one verse and that is ayat al-sayf (the infamous Q9:5) abrogated 124 verses in the Qur'an! So next time when a Muslim tells you that the Qur'an says that there is no compulsion in religion, you must remind him that this verse was abrogated by ayat al-syaf

3. The doctrine of pre-destination or al-qada' wa al-qadr where Allah pre-plans everything we do in advance. Well if so why are we not Muslims by now? Oh unless Allah is really evil or not omnipotent or he does not exist!

4. And why would Allah ask his minions to fight in the cause of Allah? Why wars when he can change the hearts and minds of us infidels at the blink of an eye or may be he wants wars so he can get his share of the loot as per the infamous Q8:41.

5. But do you know what did it for me? It was the simple but profound Aristotelian problem (aka the KISS principle aka Occam's razor) and it is: If Allah created this creation then who really created Allah? (for good and funny reading about his very question read Muhammad's biography pages 572-573 and you will realize that Muhammad and his Allah had no clue about reason and philosophy)

Now back to Keith. When you study literature you learn about something called literary topoi (topos s.) and he shares his literary topoi with other Paki/tablighee and here are some of them:

1. "I'm a convert" and notice that no one asked him if he is a convert or not and if you did follow Nura's little "I'm a Jewish woman convert to islam" you will realize that they have too much in common from the literay point of view...

2. "The word Pakistani is a racial slur" Not here in the US as no one would have clue what is really a Pakistani unless his is a Pakistani.

3. "Stop the hate" this is the catch sentence and plagairized by Pakistani muslims from NAMI or the National association of Mental Illness here in the US

4. Then "islamic threats' as in God will punish you for saying so

5. If 4 does not work then the next step is "islamic meltdown" and more threats

6. And when reminded that the Qur'an says that Islam is really the religion of the arabs only he will tell us "how come 80% of Muslims are not Arabs"

7. The next one" you are quoting out of context" when in actual fact and in the wrods of Peters the Qur'an is "text with no context."

8. When remided that his Arabic is poor he will post some "poor Arabic" in Arabic alphabet and will remind us that he is "learing Arabic insha'allah"

9. The "Quote the Bible to prove a point" topos. No Arab would quote the Bible to prove a point because they are told that the Bible is corrupted (sic). Only poorly madrassas educated Pakistanis quote the Bible to prove a point and our dear Keith loves to do so

So if you see all or some of these topoi in a blog then you must suspect that the poster is another Paki/tablighee

His threats? I do not worry about threats and I'm here to expose his likes and urge him to abandon islam and be whole again

I hope this helped

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