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How about this Blind Person

Reader comment on item: Resisting Islamic Law
in response to reader comment: Blind mind cannot realize

Submitted by Willing Foe (Canada), Feb 29, 2008 at 12:31


You don't have to look so far from home for pictures of disfigurement. Following this link to see what damage is done by Muslim Men.

Using your own words, "Since Allah is the creator of all the things he has provided us ample information and warnings about bad and good aspects of his creation. When we ignore the warnings we have to pay the price as shown on the above link. I would say again that people can not change the reality. (Muslim Men)'s positive points are far far less than the threats and sufferings caused due to this animal."

God only knows why the dog in Britain attacked Chloe Grayson but that tends to be an "irresponsible owner" issue - the issue raised in the Daily Mail. In Faisalabad, Pakistan, however one of Allah's boys chose to hurt Gulnaz due to his position as a "supreme creation". In 2007, dogs injured 3800 people in Great Britain. In one morning in 2001 Muslim men nearly matched that.

Using your argument the uncleanliness should be focussed on Muslim men rather than dogs.


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