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Sword of Truth, in re: Truth?

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Will the Real Sword of Islam please stand up! Morteza read, rhetoric of hate, instigating bigotry, deliberate lies, fake Sword exposed.

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Apr 15, 2006 at 13:34

Submitted by Sword of Truth, Apr 11, 2006 at 12:17

"I would have included a similar post for your alter ego JustMe but since you seem to be one and the same I guess all my comments are equally applicable to the both of you (clear evidence of this fact is that both of you seem to be especially fond of falsely attributing Tabari as Quran, please see Sword and JustMe's Tabari quotations - they are copied and pasted from the same source)."

Not so fast, Sword of Truth. If you've got something to say to me, say it. I suppose it's easier for you to lump me in with Sword of Islam with one little afternote that says I am him simply because he also quoted Tabari from the same source (which I can't recall Sword quoting the Tabari, but I could be wrong). So if you believe you can bash me in a similar fashion as you did Sword, I say go for it. Bring it on. I find it pretty sly that you come on this board under a new name with no history for any of us to review as you have done with Sword. It's the same method that Islamic leaders live by: hiding behind terrorists, insurgents, and women's clothing (or in your case, using an alternative or changed log-in name), while playing innocent so no one can pin anything on them. Sound familiar? GRIN

So if you and Anonymous and anyone else on this board wants to call me a racist, please back up such a serious charge. I, in turn, will repost the statements of your counterparts here on the board that you so vehemently defend and see what I come up with as racist views. Believe me, I have quite a collection to select from.

Another quick point is that lying while calling someone else a liar really is counterproductive. The example I will mention which was aimed at me is the lie in your ending paragraph: "both of you seem to be especially fond of falsely attributing Tabari as Quran." There was never a time where I said the Tabari was the Qu'ran. Please show me where I said that (or for that matter, where Sword said it), otherwise please stop lying to make your point that I am a liar. I will note that I mistakenly attributed the "domesticated animal" verse from the Tabari as from the Qu'ran, but quickly corrected my mistake.

By the way, please tell me why Tabari is not credible with you and others on this board. I'd be interested to know.
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