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are muslims sincere?

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (India), Mar 27, 2008 at 00:09

islam labels Jesus as prophet - but that was only a political ploy at a time when the muslim community was not strong enough.

later they said the christian bible is a falsification.

nor do muslims accept the Jesusian command of offering the other cheek.

the backstabber must often first pretend full loyalty to the person he wants to backstab.

such behavior is commonplace among muslims, even in their dealings with one another.

islam allows or even teaches and encourages muslims to practise takiya - dissimulation - in order to fool others, especially non-muslims...

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