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Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Sep 24, 2007 at 14:55

Moslems need not know Muhammed to be Moslem. Christians MUST know Jesus to be Christian. Moslems are better off not to know Muhammed. To know Muhammed, meaning to know his acts and attitudes regarding the individual woman,or non Moslem was, to say the least, cruel. Also the vast majority of Moslems are illiterate, or limited in what they are permitted to read. Any realistic history regarding Muhammed would be forbidden.

IF one wants to know the possible future of the world if the enemies of Christianity are successful, look to the lands controlled by the Moslems. The inhumanity,brutality,beheadings,stonings,enslavement,arbitrary laws, amputations. It is the belief system engendered by the Christians that lifts mankind up, gives purpose to life, elevates women and requires mankind to harness his most basic instincts. Islam requires none of that. It is the most base instincts of mankind that are loosed, no restraints. Murder, killing,enslavement,brutality is allowed and encouraged if in the power of Moslems to do so, in the name of their diety. Any power over another is the will of the diety.


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