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For Akbar and so much for the "no compulsion in religion"!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 10, 2006 at 18:02

My dear Akbar: Now we have proven that Islam was spread by the sword in the case of the pagans of Mecca! Your claim is just bogus.

Me? I study early Islam and I know how to read history, and I can read Arabic very well, a language that you do not know. So much for Arabian imperialism.

Like I said: Mahmud of Ghazni quoted ayat al-saif to justify his brutalization and genocide of your ancestors. Shame!

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