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Is Muslim intolerance a post-colonisation problem?

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in response to reader comment: The level of hate in here...seriously

Submitted by Jan (Luxembourg), Sep 26, 2007 at 17:16

Dear Mr. Al-Assad, S-salâmu 3aleikum!

I have never doubted that "prophet" Mohammed had a serious problem. What else could make a human being, even if given a title that rather means the opposite of "insane camel", into a murderer, robber, rapist marrying a dozen wives, not to speak of slaves and concubines, and imagining himself to be God's own messenger?

But now I know what his problem was: he and his many tolerant followers had/have a post-colonial problem! Thank you for informing me. If I can help any Muslim get rid of his post-colonial problems, including some "holy" Qur'an, don't hesitate to contact me! M3a s-salâma!


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