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Muslims Killing Muslims?

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Submitted by Linda Haslam (United States), Nov 15, 2009 at 12:21

After the death of Muhammed, many Muslims wanted to return to their "old ways." Consequently, Muslims began killing Muslims for the good of Islam. The Wahabbist sect of Islam has always held that it is okay to kill Muslims who are not Muslim enough. Teaching young Muslims, including Muslim soldiers, that they should not be killing other Muslims; is just another way to inspire jihad.

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