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The loot collected from the victims of islam is charity, your Hindu ancestots included?You must be kidding!

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in response to reader comment: To dhimmi: You are right interest is Haram (prohibited) in Islam, Christianity and Judaism.

Submitted by dihmmi no more (United States), Jul 3, 2007 at 21:08

Your comment is straight out of "1984". Shame on you.

As for surat al-anfal and surat al-tauba, they are more evidence that Muhammad was a caravan raider and an Arabian warlord and that islam was spread by the sword.

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