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Daisy Khan watch and blame the victims

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 13, 2010 at 07:17

In a recent interview (by Amy Goodman) of Daisy Khan the annoying woman and the wife of the so called Sheikh Faisal Abdul Rauf al-ikhwani (the member of the Muslim brotherhood) she tells us that those that oppose her little project, aka Park 51 aka the Cordoba House and in her own words, cannot "delink the religion of Islam from the action of terrorists"

This is just amazing. This annoying woman just does not understand that common sense would dictate that there must be doctrines in islam that encourage such crimes as the 9/11 atrocity by Muslims and that the actions and crimes of religious nuts are based on doctrines in their holy books and if she Daisy Khan wants to help the religion of the Arabs then she is the one and her ikhwani husband should be the ones to "delink"islam from terroirsm and declare that violence in Islam and the likes of ayat al-sayf (Q9:5 or the infamous sword verse) ) cannot be accepted and should not be part of any religious doctrine in Islam

But can she do that? I do not think so as she is not even an Arab and islam is really the religion of the Arabs only

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