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Muhammad's Legacy speaks for Itself

Reader comment on item: The Danger Within: Militant Islam in America [and Its Dreams of Domination]
in response to reader comment: you Americans live in a fools paradise

Submitted by pianoman (United States), Feb 9, 2008 at 18:32

Dr. Saeed Ahmed encouraged us to look at the life of Muhammad as a pattern for our lives. If he were our pattern, then we should all become rapists, muderers, plunderers of the rich, haters of all of God's chosen people (the Jews) and all Christians, pedophiles (since his favorite wife of 15 was married to him at age 6 and consumated at age 9), liars, and muderers of all who would not follow Islam. The Qur'an is filled with "hate speech" for all who will not follow Islam and encourages all infidels to "convert or die".

Islam is not a loving or a peaceful religion - the ultimate goal of Islam is world domination.

I am thankful that Jesus died for my sins and I can be assured of eternity with Him. No Muslim, other than those who kill or are killed for Islam, can make that claim.

The love of Christianity stands in stark contrast to the hate of Islam.


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