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Islamic rules of JIhad?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 25, 2007 at 07:35

Could you tell us ya ayuha al-fahlawi more about those rules of Jihad? May be you can start by telling us what does the word jihad really means? Is this asking for too much?

As for looting: The only religion where the God of the universe shares in the booty collected from the poor infidels is in Islam (Q8:41)

Your claims are bogus

And like I say: you are here defending Islam and Arabian imperialism that brutalized your Hindu ancestors and for this I say shame

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