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Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
in response to reader comment: Re: Whatever

Submitted by JihadWatch (United States), Jan 30, 2008 at 00:48

Don't even begin to tell me that you are not a Muslim - a wolf in sheeps clothing.

Second largest religion? ...wrong. The only reason it is becoming one is because of the many wives which results in many kids (Osama has 52 siblings) and he himself has like 17 kids (or whatever). . Any time when someone is actually conned into becoming a Muslim, they say "oops, you are now stuck and if you leave the religion we will kill you". Then in cases like Malaysia, they go to funeral homes and actually leave with the dead bodies - all in the name of claiming the next number for the toll. Sickening! Once someone converts, their children automatically become Muslims despite the objection of the non-Muslim ex-wife (even kids as young as 2 and 4). Check out the problems in the Muslim dominated countries. If you think that they are better - leave and don't let the door hit you in your face.

It is very hard to convert to any religion because of all the hurdles one has to do besides being personally convinced. To become a Muslim - just recite the shahada - bam! you are a Muslim - what a joke!


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