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Reader comment on item: Away with Crusaders, Crucifixes, Crosses, and Christmas

Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Mar 21, 2008 at 21:21

In Brazil, Islamic Oppressors won't make, to have the cross taken off the CBF shirt. (Port: Confederacao Brasileira de Futebol) or in ENG: Brazilian Football Confederation.

They have not one but TWO crosses in superposition. (In one, the y -axis is longer than the x- axis and, on the upper cross, the Y-X axes measure the same- in a position shifted by 45 degrees).

There is a HUGE cross on the upper left hand side of the shirt and in addition to that, many, many Soccer Players BEFORE the game, fall on their own knees to beg G-d to help them, making in even addition to that, with their right hands the crucifix movement (father, son, holy Spirit).

And, actually, to be honest, considering that Soccer in that land is the Opium of the people, Islamists can pretty much get stabbed by SOME Brazilians.

But, for that, Muslims are not "Shahid enough". They understood themselves only shahid when they exterminate defenseless victims, not able to cut the eye, for the eye in the right manner- Bottom line, Islamists are kind of Chicken Shahid.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazilian_Football_Confederation

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