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Ah but he was a good Christian

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Submitted by Y Brandstetter MD (Israel), Sep 11, 2007 at 04:56

At least in the way Muslims see it. He must have been a good Dhimmi, a Christian or a Jew who acknowledges Islamic Superiority and willing to put his neck into the yoke to serve Islam so he can keep his soul inside his body. Muslim willingly accpet Jews, as long as they accept Dhimmitude. Just like a good Negro was one who was willing to keep being a slave rather than have a dream about human dignity.

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