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Submitted by susan (Italy), Mar 13, 2007 at 17:42
"Because many many people have realized that Islam is a religion which allows one to submit to God, be peaceful"
make a poll, ask people on the street which is the most peaceful religion they can think of. Nobody will come up with islam, except deluded muslims... like yourself. Everybody will say Buddhism, that's possibly because buddah didn't have slaves for sex, didn't rob caravans and didn't murder anybody... just a guess.
"Cross apply everything from answer to number one. The muslim army under Muhammad bin Qasim freed the oppressed lower classes under the Hindu empire. Most people did not convert under the sword, but later, from missionaries. The conquering of the Hindu Empire was in response to pirate attacks. Basically the Hindu empire was an oppressive regime."
Answer this simple question, who cut the hands of hindu workers after they finished building the Taj mahal? Of course a muslim! That's how peaceful muslims paid back working hindus
"This shows that more than half the world believes in God, and not one of them knows the answer. "
This shows only that 46% of people believe in other creeds and surely don't blow themselves on a plane shouting allah akbar.
You muslim suprematists are deeply wrong and silly into thinking monotheism is the only way. And beside, you are politheiests because you believe in a rock in mecca and a glorified caravan robber.
That makes 2 deities.
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