More Islamic delusions and propaganda
Submitted by Noah Wilk (United States), Apr 7, 2007 at 02:09
Sohail, you once again prove my contention that Muslims are psychologically incapable of engaging in honest debate due to a pathological refusal to acknowledge reality coupled with a crippling lack of any sense of logic or analytical thinking. Every single time I "debate" a Muslim, this is the standard level of drivel I face. Poor research, illogic, utter lack of analytical thinking, and wild misunderstandings.
Your Christianity/Communism analysis is as flawed, erroneous, and simplistic as an argument can be and is not even worth commenting on. Suffice it to say that, as always happens when debating Muslims, the Muslims quote the Bible without even a cursory understanding of what's being written. Wildly inaccurate Biblical references are par for the course when "debating" Muslims (it's usually more accurate to call it a trip to the woodshed).
Now, as for your second absurdity, that Hitler was a Christian and that WWII was a Christian war, try these quotes:
"Christianity is the invention of sick brains."
"So it's not opportune to hurl ourselves now into a struggle with the Churches. The best thing is to let Christianity die a natural death."
Here's a well done webpage that can clarify the matter for you and expose you to the truth:
It's historical fact that Hitler had nothing but contempt for Christianity and organized religion.
Sohail, you're simply regurgitating the anti-Christian propaganda that's been implanted in your brain by your mosques and madrassahs. Try setting your sights on reality and wise up.
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