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So Islam really means peace? really?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 10, 2007 at 14:03

So far I did provide you with evidence from the Arabic language grammar that your claim is bogus.

Now go and tell a native Arabic speaker that the word Islam really means peace. Arabs are polite people and they will agree with you but he/she will think that you are really funny. So are you really funny our dear Angela?

Now go and tell the victims of Islam and Arabian imperialism and tell them that islam, that brutalized them and their ancestors, really means peace. They will think that you are really out of your mind. So are you really out of your mind our dear Angela?

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