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If you have to lie, you really don't have the truth, do you?

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Submitted by Michael Kocian (United States), Sep 21, 2006 at 10:50

The ignorance and total disragard for truth by Muslim apologists is nothing short of jaw dropping... but, that's the nature of Islam. First, check the facts. Just because people call themselves a Christian, doesn't mean they actually are. You have to compare their faith and actions to what Jesus called us to do.

For an example of inconsistency, think about the "religion of peace" Muslims threats and violence in regard to truth. It's clear to true believers that when one opposes truth, they're a child of the evil one. Christians are called to truth and to tell the truth. When they don't, they're not being a good Christian. It's okay in Islam to lie, so if you do tell the truth which is embarrassing to Islam, you're not being a "good Muslim." Christianity leads to the true God. Islam leads away from the true God. Any decent person knows which path to choose. Islam apoligists will lie to "protect Islam" in accordance with the faith, so no decent person should ever trust a Muslim. I certainly don't, and recommend that any decent person do the same.

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