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J, Ms. Lekovic was practicing "Taqiyya"

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Jun 1, 2007 at 20:22

J is partly correct, Mr. Emerson forced Ms. Lekovic to to embarrass herself by presenting correct information regarding Ms. Lekovic's past association . But Ms. Lekovic was not lying, she was practicing "taqiyya", which is rather common when Muslims deal with non-Muslims. Although I suspect that J is more than familiar with "taqiyya", for the information of others I present the following information. Taqiyya is the intention to deceive unbelievers about Islam, for the explicit purpose of assuaging doubts and concerns about Islam, and encouraging conversion. Taqiyya underlies the whole gamut of Muslim propaganda which is disseminated in the West from the claim that Islam promotes equal rights for women, to Islam is a religion of peace. And by the way J, Emerson did not lose any opportunity to obtain information concerning concrete efforts being made by Ms. Lekovic, for Mr. Emerson understands Islam very well and if you doubt it, read some of his books; I have.

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