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in response to reader comment: Susan you are just silly!

Submitted by susan (Italy), Oct 3, 2006 at 12:41

"You are just a silly person who when you can not make sence of a situation you start to go to your lower self which is calling people names"

do you mean like the 99% of muslims that called the pope all sort of names? that's a muslim speciality

"Christianity evils has touched every nation on the planet earth and the only reason it is having problems with other nations is she has put herself in the was of others who's belief are different from what they profess."

Do you see wars in europe? it's mainly christian. Every war in the world involves muslim as aggressors and murderers

"There is no place on this planet they it has not tried to force its belief on others and if they did not accept it they called them savages and enslaved or killed them. "

you're talking about muslim religion

"Look at the weapons that you develop they are for mass killing of human beings. "

pakistan has the atomic bomb, as well as india, are those christian countries?

BTW, you muslims invented the human bomb. Chemical ali was christian? gassing the kurds was a christian thing?

Go on babatunde...

"Remember it was the muslim who brought you your very mathematics system such as: Arabic numerals, because you could have gone nowhere with roman numerals"

not true. Numbers have been invented by hindus, then STOLEN by arabs and as everything you pretended you invented them

here's the truth, which is not your muslim propaganda.

What are mistakenly called "Arabic" numerals came from India, but only reached Europe through the conquering Muslims, and they took (or were given) the credit, thus eclipsing the true inventors of the "zero" and the Western "number forms" coming out of Hindu mathematics.

The most important discovery in numbering systems (the positional
decimal notation) was done by the Indians. The Indians discovered zero
and the place-value system. This dates back to fith century CE.

http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3742/is_200104/ai_n8943550

Universal History of Numbers: From Prehistory to the Invention of the Computer, The


Later we learn that the positional system has been invented and reinvented at least four times: by the Babylonians in the second millennium BCE, the Chinese around the beginning of the Common Era, the Mayans between the third and fifth centuries CE, and the Hindus in the fifth century. But it was the invention of zero that transformed the positional system from a mere method of recording numbers to a system in which one could calculate with them. The Babylonians and the Mayans had the idea of zero within their grasp, but they used it merely to distinguish between, say, 16 and 106; to quote Ifrah, "only the Indian zero had roughly the same potential as the one we use nowadays." The Hindus, in other words, recognized that zero is not just a symbol for the "empty slot," but a number like any other. This was the crucial step in creating the various computational algorithms that we learn in school today.

All this with no muslim interference.

BTW, the romans with their numberings were able to have an empire, build architecture that's still up today, and have a florid culture. EVEN WITHOUT muslims.

What do muslim lands have now? disease, plague, ignorance and fanatism.

"they taught you how to bathe and clean yourselves which in itself stop a lot of sickness and death but this type of knowledge iskept out of history to hide the real knowledge."

bath? that's why in muslim countries nowadays diseases that disappeared from the rest of the civilized world

the ancient romans had thermae : Of all the leisure activities, bathing was the most important for ancient Romans, since it was part of the daily regimen for men of all classes, and many women as well. Today many cultures see bathing as a very private activity conducted in the home, but bathing in Rome was a communal activity, conducted for the most part in public facilities that in some ways resembled modern day spas. Such was the importance of baths to Romans that a catalog of buildings in Rome from 354 documented 952 baths of varying sizes in the city

LOL, if there's dirty slums it's in muslim countries. The turkish baths in the arabic world arefor homosexual encounters.

"But keep on believeing whatever you believe, for justice is just around the corner."

Why don't you renounce the polio medicine invented by the jews? I am sure all your poor population can do without many vaccines! Please do without, just have your imams curing you. the only "justice" I see is that muslims are killed by their own ignorance everyday. that is real justice.

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