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Mansoor: Muslims really think Allah is powerless as they take up arms in His defence

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in response to reader comment: Better mind your language

Submitted by Plato (India), Mar 12, 2008 at 22:02

Mansoor, you wrote to Jennifer:

>>Don't fight directly with Allah, his noble place "Ka'aba" is well protected and moreover your saying ugly words could not harm Allah by any means because he is very supreme and your status is less than a desert rock. Better behave!!!!<<

Do you (or any Muslim for that matter) really believe that ugly human words cannot harm the Almighty Allah? If you really did then there would not be any killings or riots when ex-Muslims or unbelievers blaspheme. The world knows that Muslims think their Allah is so powerless and delicate that He must be protected by riots and murders when they think he has been insulted.

Remember the Bamiyan buddhas, sacred to the Buddhists. They did not blink an eye when your Muslim brothers destroyed them. The Buddhists know their buddha cannot be harmed by such fanatics, and the Buddhists came out smelling of roses after Bamiyan. And what did the Muslims smell of after 'Satanic Verses', and the Danish cartoons?? Should I spell it out??

And why do you venerate a 'desert rock'? You circumambulate it and kiss it just as idol worshipper do their idols!



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