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in response to reader comment: Ask a muslim about islam?

Submitted by Poncho (United Kingdom), Jan 19, 2007 at 18:24

Upon the recent events on Big Brother i thought i was search the internet to find out more about comments made and ended up look in to islam and muslims.

I found this:
Non-Muslims only have three choices in dealing with Islam (says the Koran - Sahih Muslim 4294):

a. Accept Islam
b. Pay the jizya, the tax on non-Muslims which is the cornerstone of an entire system of humiliating regulations that institutionalize inferior status for non-Muslims.
c. War with Islam

whats this...about

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