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Submitted by donvan (United States), Sep 24, 2007 at 15:17

Your religion is not 'your religion'. Your religion does not offer you a personal relationship with your god. Your religion is man's desire to control others. Power, through intimidation and violence over other people is your religion. A remote and inaccessable deity, that gives no portion of free will. A deity that predetermines the life of all people. A deity that is power only. The sword, bloody and vicious, to strike all infidels, or anyone that the sword chooses. This deity, like the Hindu god Kali, grants power of life and death to the believer over all the unbelievers

To be in the presence of your deity, you must kill in the name of your deity. Paradise is for those who kill people. Think about that. To know your god, you must kill for the sake of Al Lah. Only then may you gain access to paradise. This a demented and barbaric god.This god is unworthy of human worship. He is a disqualified god. This god was destroyed 2000 years ago by a carpenter from Nazereth. It was He that told us that we would 'know them by their acts". The acts of the Moslem deity are the acts of Satan, not God.


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