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Re: Mohammed (Response to Daisy)

Reader comment on item: What Do Terrorists Want? [A Caliphate and Shari'a]
in response to reader comment: Muslims are responsible for explaining the Qur'an

Submitted by mohammed (United States), Jul 29, 2005 at 05:59

Daisy wrote:

" In 1973, four Swedes held in a bank vault for six days during a robbery became attached to their captors, a phenomenon dubbed the Stockholm Syndrome. According to psychologists, the abused bond to their abusers as a means to endure violence."

Reply:

But Safia said that Mohammad is the Prophet of God and she was praying, fasting, reading the Qur'an, giving money for Charity, She denounced her father and her Leaders. She spoke about her husband, the Prophet as the best man ever in his treatment of her and the others, .... The example you mentioned is totally different! You cannot tell me that these Swedes raised the status of the captors to the Prophet level. They did not follow their orders and obey their orders during their life and after their death! Also, the Prophet is now loved by 1.8 Billion and you will be always failing to explain why! Can you tell me why? How many people do love you? Can you make 10,000 love you and respect you? If 1400 years passed and Islam is taking over hearts in US, Canada, Europe each day, then understand that Islam is true or tell me why!!!! The Love of 1.8 Billion Muslims increasing day and night must be studied by your psychologists if they are really psychologists! Why cannot they study the Qur'an and the History of Islam?

Daisy wrote:

Mohammed, perhaps the information above will help you understand how poor Safia coped.

Reply:

Read the above! and Do not speak for Safia since she believed in Mohammad and his faith and denounced her father, and all those who fought him!

By the way: Are the 1.8 Billion Muslims also love the Prophet because he controls them like the Kidnappers in your wrong example!

Daisy Wrote:

As for your own question: " What is wrong with that? Is it wrong to conquer an evil empire?"
No Mohammed. It's not. That's why we are at war in Afghanistan and Iraq. And that's why we will continue to fight as necessary.

Reply:

USA has all the right to fight Ben laden and his troops. USA has no right to kill one single innocent man woman or child. To achieve that, the Air Force must never hit a city. Our Great US Soldiers are great fighters and they can go on foot and catch Ben laden and his men to avoid killing the innocent Civilians.

In addition: USA, the Great Nation and the supporter of the oppresssed against the Oppressor must help the refugees in kashmeer, the ones in palestine, the ones in Bosnia and Kosovo, the ones in Azrbejan(Armenia), ....

If USA does the above, it will gain the love of all the Muslims! Prophet Mohammad ordered never to attack women, kids, priests or any civilian. We need Us leaders to do the same.

In addition: Iraq and Afghanistan are not evil empires. They are small countries ruled by Dictators hired one day by the West or the Soviets, ...

USA is much stronger than Iraq and Afghanistan. The Persian and Byzantine Empires each were much more powerful then the Muslims. Because God took the side of the Muslims for their good obedience of him, they wiped out 2 empires!

Islam gained the hearts of Billions. Can USA gain the hearts of the Millions in Iraq and Afghanistan? Will the Iraqis and Afghans give up their faith for the faith of Bush? Will they give up their language and way of life to the ones of Rumsfeld?

This is the true Vistory! Can it happen? Victory is not to burn and destroy only!

Mohammed
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