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Covenant of Security is Baloney

Reader comment on item: [London Terrorism:] British "Covenant of Security" with Islamists Ends

Submitted by Mike (United States), Jul 9, 2005 at 21:55

What about Israel which gives Muslims there more rights than they have in Muslim countries? There is covenant of security in Israel and there is no covenant of security in Islam.

There is only a covenant of convienence, which follows the teachings of Muhammed that states.
Against the infidels; i.e.; all non-Muslims, Muslims are expected t omake and break all legal pacts according to what is beneficial to the goal of Islam which is to conquer the entire world and subjugate and/or kill all infidels.
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