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Tariq: It spells Ayat al-Saif. Do you really know what it says in Ayat al-Saif?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 7, 2006 at 18:12

ya Ustaz Tariq ya Jahil: In Ayat al-Saif (the infamous 9:4) Muhammad or is it that Allah thing that pre-Islamic Arabian pagan deity said: "faaidha insalkha al-ashaahur alhurum FAIQTULO AL-MUSHRIKIIN" So could you tell those who know no Arabic what does it say here...the whole aya that is?

You are either ignorant, or you have no clue, or you really do not know what is in the Qur'an, or you are a blatant liar. So which one is it?
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