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Kaffirs will get the courage to name the enemy if they read the Koran

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Submitted by Plato (India), May 5, 2010 at 21:55

Danielpipes wrote,

>>(1) Some of these interpretations say the motives are mysterious, some of them speculate about one thing or another – but all assiduously avoid the elephant in the room.<<

To SEE the elephant in the room read the Koran

(2) You can't win a war if you don't have the courage to name the enemy.

If all infidels read Koran, Surah Al Tawba (Surah 9) I am sure they will the courage to name the enemy.

Regards

Plato

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