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Only the morons promote these oxymorons!!!

Reader comment on item: Islamic Economics: What Does It Mean?
in response to reader comment: islamic Economics another islamic Oxymoron

Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Oct 3, 2007 at 10:56

Domenic, you wrote: "Obviously, islamic economics is another example of an islamic oxymoron.....like islamic peace, or islamic tolerance, or islamic science, or islamic freedom, islamic compassion, islamic women's right, etc.etc.etc. What a joke."

Indeed what a joke!!! Muslims want to rewrite the history of the world in which everything that is good for human beings and invented by non-Muslims is attributed to Islam. To make this worse, even our stupid media and business leaders go along with this deception. While all these Muslim claims are definitely oxymorons, the guys who promote these are MORONS.

How convenient to forget Islamic invasions and land grabbing, Islamic murders, Islamic rapes, Islamic genocide, Islamic brutality, Islamic slavery, Islamic subjugation, etc, etc perpetrated on the world for last 1400 years and still continuing to the present day!!! How horrible!!!


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