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No Dhimmi's Honest questions !!!

Reader comment on item: Too Many Mosques?
in response to reader comment: Can you honestly say

Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Oct 10, 2007 at 15:19

Hello No Dhimmi, you asked Proud Muslim several questions starting with : "Can you honestly say...."

His silence is deafening as expected.

Muslims always whine and lecture us about freedom of religion, freedom of speech, etc for practicing their cult in USA but will never answer the same when asked about these in Muslim countries. This is such a hypocrisy which we is well known to us but not to our media, academia, leaders and experts. Mosques everywhere are centers of terrorism and teach hate against all non-Muslims. You will not find a single imamullah who does not exhort the attendees to do what is written in Quran - to spread Islam by any means and that includes terrorism.

How often we hear and see crowds coming out of mosques on Fridays in some other parts of the world(thank God, not yet in USA)after hearing a lecture from the imamullah go on a rampage for any flimsy and imaginary causes. Just a recent example of Muslim rampage in Nigeria after learning abot the cartoon riots in Bangladesh. Doesn't matter the cartoonist was a Muslim himself. One should ask these dimwits how a cartoon published thousands of miles away in a Muslim country is affecting them and causing them to riot!!! So who incited these people to behave this madly - you guessed it - the friendly imamullah, or allah's agent, of the mosque!!!

The answer to your last question is obvious to all of us - no terrorist shall be reported to authorities by these mosque-going Muslims as was proven on 9/11. The nineteen terrorists from Saudi Arabia had their support network in these mosques otherwise 9/11 could not have happened.


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