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Speaking of hate and the Qur'an

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 9, 2007 at 18:19

al-Fatiha, that millions of Muslims utter every day, is full of hate against Jews and Christians. remember your Allah calls Jews al-maghdubi 3alyhum (oh do not panic as you know no Arabic) or those that your Allah is angry at them aka the Jews, and al-ddaliin or those who went astray, aka Christians. and then to add insult to injury, your Allah tells you to go out and iqtuluu al-mushrikeen

Shame on you for not admitting that the Qur'an is full of hate.

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