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To Dhimmi no more; I won't let anybody to insult holy objects.

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in response to reader comment: Nuray: Basic Arabic , kissing a stone, and Allah ...

Submitted by Nuray (Portugal), Jan 22, 2006 at 14:52

What kind of questions are these?

"would a Muslim dare destroy a copy of the Qur'an? Would a Muslim destroy or deface Qur'anic calligraphy hanging in Mosques or in homes? Would any Muslim dare let us say spit or pee on the black stone? "

Would you do this on the pictures or gifts of loved ones? Normal people usually don't. How about you? Ask yourself . Respect? What's respect?

You exceeded red lines. Connection is lost. Find another Nuray.
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