Muslims have no multi-personality disorders
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Submitted by Ravi Ranjan Singh Bharat Panthi (India), May 12, 2011 at 06:05
There are good and bad in every Religion. One who follows the teaching from his book, sees messenger/prophet/god/guru as role-model is good as per the respective religion.
Unfortunately Muslims are gullibly honest, hence they willingly become proud victim, as well as promoter of Sadistic and Stupid believes, though most of the time they are helpless victim of circumstances and are forced to believe and promote the Sadistic Stupid System. Regrettably, suddenly or gradually their innocence is evaporated and they start bracket together with their subjugator, by doing so they fool themselves and forget their defeat, humiliation, and the death of human in the newly incarnated creature, now instead of regretting they try enjoying it, and join the bandits, the acts of cruelty are the certificate of their integrity and acceptance of the cult, above all they have no choice as you cannot walk out of it.
Question is what respective book one follows and who is acknowledged as Messenger of God?
As a Muslim one should follow Prophet and not Christ, Ram, Buddha or Nanak.
If you are Christian and you don't love thy neighbor, you are a bad Christian.
As a Muslim if you kill, you are good Muslim.
Yes there are bad Christians who kill; there are bad Muslims who don't kill.
There are good Hindus who don't kill; there are good Muslims who kill.
Problem is not with the Muslims. There are Good Muslims and there are Good Humans, problem is with non-Muslims, they know nothing about Islam; and try to discover two goddesses in one.
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