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in response to reader comment: Islam is the religion of nature, and dogs are 100% impure animals without question!!!

Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Feb 24, 2008 at 01:06

Dogs are 100% impure according to Islam. Islam does not allow torturing dogs except Muslims in Afghanistan who rejoice in having dogs' fight and kill each other in order to entertain Muslims. Dogs are highly dangerous for humans, except for the hundreds of millions of people who live in Canada, the USA and other Nations on the planet earth who own dogs. Islam guided the 19 Muslims who attacked the Twin Towers and killed 3000 Americans and now it needs to guide us.

The Shi'ites and Sunnis have killed over 200 thousand Muslims but we know that Islam is a religion of "peace". Please don't pray for me to learn Islam because I've been studying the Qur'an and the Hadiths since November 2001 and I've most certainly not found anything positive except that if you kill non Muslims, you immediately go to Heaven. And Muhammad is a man of very strong logic, except he instigated over 70 wars, robbed caravans, married a six year child, had sex with her when she was nine years old, and acquired 23 wives. If Islam is the "Religion Of Nature", please tell us where in the Qur'an we find Ayas referencing his love of "nature"?


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