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Our dear Ibn Masud and his Hindu ancestors

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in response to reader comment: Killing of a innocent sole is a big sin in Islam

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 26, 2010 at 07:20

Our dear Ibn Masud the wannabe Arab is back for more

>Islam certainly does NOT allow killing of any innocent sole

Really? How about 80-90M of your Hindu ancestors that were killed in cold blood by your masters the Muslims and the likes of Mahmud of Ghazni?

>(but again I don't know the full story)

It would surprise me if you know anything

>ibnmasud

I urge you to get a grip on reality

Submitting....

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