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Rules of fighting.

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Submitted by Adil (United States), Oct 13, 2014 at 13:27

We are not allowed to kill a non Muslim in times of peace. In times of war, that changes, we can kill those who are on the battlefield fighting us, but we cannot kill those who do not fight us.

P.S. You need not know my private affairs or what I do for a living. Only that I know what I am talking about and that I am a Muslim and I am propagating Islam.

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