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Submitted by khaled (Canada), Sep 27, 2010 at 18:05

Why you are so mad!

you act like a wounded animal!

I put down some facts. you respond back with lot of your thoughts, opinions and feelings.

You assumed they are right, accurate and Intelligent. But I believe they are not.

You can say and write whatever you like about Islam and Arab.

But facts on the ground tell one thing. One simple fact, After 1400 years there are millions of Non Muslim still living in the heart of the Islamic world.

Why is that, why bloody Muslims made such a choice, to let them alive practicing their religion in the heart of the Islamic Empire. Why they did not get rid of them. You accused Muslims of killing hundreds of non-Muslim in the far end of the Islamic world ( 90M Hindus ) so why not to do that. This is what I am saying, Simple and clear.

1400 year of Islamic history is not perfect or Ideal, It is the results of collective actions of individuals. There are bad and great moments. Just free your mind to see the hole facts.

Demagogue is a political leader who seeks support by appealing to popular desires and prejudices rather than by using rational argument.

Let's go through Some of your facts !

· your ancestors the Hindus had one of two choices either be killed and indeed 90M of them were killed in cold blood by Muslims.

o 90 millions!! some intelligent or sense mad man.

· Because Mu3awiyya and the umayyads were Christian Arabs.

o So the bloody Muslim ruler was a Christian !!

· You will not find any of this nonsense in the Bible.

o This is absolutely true! I can't argue that!!!

What is really stunning me is your knowledge, It is amazing . This piece of information show it all

"So here is your bonus for today: How come the capital of the Umayyads was Damascus and not miserable Mecca? and how come Mu3awiyya's name was a Syriac name and not an Arabic name as al-3awi and not the Syriac mu3awiyya? Let me help you because the Umayyads were Christian Arabs and they had nothing to do with Mecca"

I am very thankful for this bonus. What an intelligent deep thought and analyses. Wow just wow. Question, what are the source of these accurate facts and great knowledge of the history

Free your mind. It is like a binocular

It help you to see the truth, keep it free from dirt's.

And please calm down we are here for free discussion only

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