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For Nuray: and what is really islam?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 9, 2006 at 16:51

My dear Nuray rabina yunawar 3aliaka akthar wa akthar

But my dear Nuray kissing the Ka3bba thing was borrowed by Abul Qasim aka Muhammad from the pagan Arabs so would you agree with me that kssing a stone be it the black stone of the ka3bbba is nothing but paganism? And you think that I will go away? Not until I have the answer.

Oh I forgot are you aware that the Qur'an says that Jesus is God? Would you like to know more?

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