Guide to the perplexed! Our dear Amin that is
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 29, 2012 at 07:02
Our dear Amin who ran away not once but twice and who lives among kuffar is a careless reader and he needs help or دلالة الحاءرين
"Turkey is becoming islamist, therefore on the side of the so called 'rebels'.."
Which rebels - what are you talking about?
Which "rebels" do you think? Hint: those in Syria
"They are also NATO and they went to cry asking for help to that organization. An excuse for having other Countries involved against Assad."
And how is that becoming Islamist and how is that a bad thing?
Our dear Amin who ran away not once but twice is lost he is telling you that NATO should not help the islam-fascist "rebels' in Syria now do you get it
"Assad , like Mubarak is and was guarantee against fundamentalism"
But he wasn't - And they are both dictators - the power doesn't belong to them.
Who is the he? Erdogan? he is saying to you that the west should have supported Mubarak and it should support Assad now do you get it?
Democracy seems to be the Government system of choice.
Sobhanallah and would I find this little gem in the Qur'an?
You think that I sould tell the nut cases in London that you our dear Amin who ran away not once but twice that you are pro الديمقراطية والعلمانية what do you think would happen to you? Let me guess: Riots right?
"Dou- - -ble face of muslims: nothing new !"
What double face?
What do you think? any guesses?
I don't think you know what is going on or what you are talking about.
No the one who does know and this is why he ran away not once but twice is you the answer here is you need to read دلالة الحاءرين oh what is دلالة الحاءرين ? you need to read the title
You are a careless reader
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