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Which Muslim ruler invaded Indonesia and converted the biggest muslim nation?

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Submitted by Emma (United Kingdom), May 28, 2008 at 12:17

It doesn't have to be a "Ruler" to invade others land, as we all know well with Muslims...It's numbers. Just as the Taliban, Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, Hezbollah other islamic groups are on rampage killing...Here in Europe they are trying to intimidate the population...

Most common.

Muslims use a technique that psychologists refer to as projection - attributing to others one's own malicious and malevolent traits.

Hence Muslims often condemn non-Muslims for being violent and intolerant - as a means of diverting attention from their own violence and intolerance, (and often, as a means of justifying their own misbehaviour as retaliation).

Similarly, Muslims often accuse others of lechery and licentiousness - thus attempting to distract us from their creed which promotes harems and houris.

Last, but not least, Muslims accuse others of spreading falsehood or distorting God's message - whereas in reality, Islam, from beginning to end, is one bloated lie.

Read the Koran's descriptions of non-Muslims closely - for it is nothing other than a description of the Muslims themselves:

'they are devoid of understanding'(Koran 8:65)

' They will spare no pains to corrupt you. They desire nothing but your ruin. Their hatred is clear from what they say, but more violent is the hatred which their breasts conceal'(Koran 3:118)

' unclean...'(Koran 9:28)

' your sworn enemies.'(Koran 4:101)

'They are the vilest of all creatures.'(Koran 98:6)


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