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no muslims do not believe in torture. really.

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Submitted by bayezid (Bangladesh), Jan 5, 2009 at 05:41

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So Muslims do not believe in torture? Then how about 3adhab al-qabr? Oh the arabic? I do not translate Arabic for wannabe arabs like you"

truly pathetic. the only one who has the right to torture is ALLAH. so the punishment of the grave is from HIM and by HIS permission. people dont have the right to torture. muslims are people. so this lw applies to them.

our dhimmi, unabale to find any legitimate proof for his sorry claims now turns towards the graves for guidance. hahahahahahahaa.

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