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trinity requires brain cells

Reader comment on item: Ban Islam?
in response to reader comment: shayna

Submitted by susan (Italy), Sep 21, 2007 at 15:45

"And Allah is what Jesus(pbuh) used to refer to G-d. So i guess your vision of G-d is a pagan????HHHUUMMMM"

zafire, if your poor brain doesn't let you understand trinity, don't try. You have to understand that it's easier to bow down to a rock in mecca. you don't need much brain to do it... sorry ,stick to your comic book about the black stone in mecca

OH and PS zafire. What do you have against pagans? Ancient greeks were pagans and gave us the civilization we have nowadays, Maybe if you stopped shaving the world into 2 groups, the ones adoring a rock and still living in caves parasiting on the west and the rest (the civilized world) you will improve your logic.

I am sorry for you if arabs had to choose between being uncapable and ignorant pagans and being uncapable and ignorant adorers of a stone but there is not reason why you should diss pagans considering the unlucky position you are in.

PS- you keep on saying you are in the USA army, have you read of the other 2 muslims in the US army that attempted to kill other fellow non-muslims soldiers because the allegiance to their cult is stronger? ...


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