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The first victims of Islam.

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Submitted by Reynald de Chatillon (Australia), Mar 15, 2018 at 02:29

Actually, the first victims of Islamic intolerance were the two Jewish tribes of Medina. They initially welcomed the prophet Mohammed when he fled Mecca. However, it didn't take them long to realise that he was a charlatan. When they refused to recognise him as God's prophet, he turned on them and unleashed a wholesale massacre on the very people who offrered him sanctuary.

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