Our dear M&M and prisons
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 1, 2007 at 06:43
>The Muslims in prison were not Muslims when they came into the prisons
But our liberal legal sytem allows tablighees with their funny beards stained with henna and dressed in their best 7th century Arabian darg to preach inmates in prison.
>They found God
They found Allah? Well they found the wrong religion as islam is the religion of the Arabs only. Wanna talk about it again?
>and they realized their sins
Do you have evidence that such "converts" committ less crimes than the rest of the population? And your answer is? But wait how about Jose Padilla for example? And how many of these "converts" are still Mulisms in 1 year or more? What is your guess?
>and found a way through the darkness of the light
You must be kidding. I suspect that inmates in prisons love islam because it justifies violence which more likely than not brought them in prison in the first place but now they can be violent in the name of the God of the universe. You are justifying the absurd.
And do you think that may be Christian missionaries should be allowed in Pakistani prisons and may be promise a green card to every convert to Christianity from islam? I bet you a buck that inmates as well as prison officials will be lining up to convert to Christianity.
As for the crime of the janissaries: Why should we accept you to apologize for such crime when you do not even admit that Islam and Muslims brutalized your ancestors.
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