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typical islamic style--never answer a direct question

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in response to reader comment: Ok and the peacock thing

Submitted by Sam (United States), May 20, 2009 at 01:19

There is nothing surprising about your response.

Muslims typically never respond to a direct question.

I asked, why did you not include muslims who looted things from India...
for example the golden peacock throne and no response from you...

Islam cannot stand reason.
This forum is luckily not a madrassah, when circular logic is good enough to convince fellow izlamic zealots or young uncritical kids. ...

Submitting....

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