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Jihad, A Master Stroke

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Submitted by Nazia K. (United States), Nov 15, 2002 at 17:29

Jihad was prophet Mohammed's master stroke to create a fantastic faith in his follower's mind that robbery, murder, seduction and rape, spreading untold misery and creating helpless orphans and widows, as jihad was the supreme act of piety that assured wide opening of the heavenly portals. Of course history had many many predators, but nobody had ever named such atrocities as pieties and beautitudes. This brainwashing is everlasting and is still going strong on both counts even after passage of 14 centuries.
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