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The Pope is not a coward

Reader comment on item: Pope Benedict Criticizes Islam [in Regensburg]
in response to reader comment: Is POPE Coward? RE: dhimmi no more and for all

Submitted by Maggie4Life (Australia), Sep 22, 2006 at 23:05

Ali,

I hope what I have to say will make you angry, and I hope it will make you uncomfortable.

The Pope quoted from a Medieval emperor because he was making a point regarding faith and reason. His point happened to be that dumb asses like yourself have proved over and over again, that nothing good has come from the prophet Mohammed.

What are the fruits of the FALSE (I am not afraid of your bully boy tactics) prophet Mohammed? First of all, he was a murderer. A murderer is not a prophet of God. Second, he was an adulterer who chose to hide his adultery by making it legal for himself to have many wives. One of those wives was a nine year old child by the name of Aisha. Did that man care about her human dignity? Third, he was full of deceit. He lied when he claimed that the angel Gabriel spoke to him. The only angel that was likely to speak to Mohammed was the one known as Beezlebub.

Mohammed was a camel driver who relied upon the income of his first wife. He had the opportunity to listen to both Christians and Jews. He came from a pagan area. He combined the heretic Christian sect of Arianism with that of Judaism, and a pinch of pagansim to come up with his distorted view of religion. The idea of throwing rocks at a rock in Medina is a pagan practice that was borrowed by Mohammed.

The modern Islamic historians have carried on the lies and the deceit. They have been busy rewriting history so that Muslims have an even more distorted view of the world than they already held. These revisionists have helped to establish an overwhelming victim mentality that only goes to prove that Muslims who go out into the streets are a crazy bunch who are in need of anger management, and who need to be freed from the enslavement ...

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