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Our dear Nura and isalmic pagansim

Reader comment on item: Prepare to attack [Iran]
in response to reader comment: Are you fine?

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 2, 2008 at 06:20

Our dear Nura wrote

>I'm doing great!

Really? Let me guess: did you find a husband?

> Have you ever saw someone kiss a cross, a picture of a saint maybe?

Yes and what is wrong with that? I have also seen Muslims like you kissing a copy of the Qur'an and kissing the hands of their ignorant Mullahs oh and Muslims kissing a cold black stone called al-ka3bba and coming back and telling us that islam is not really a pagan religion!

> If you are Christain I am sure you have.

Have what darling? Or is this your "small English"?

> Instead of a cross imagine it's the black stone.

Hmmm let me see a black stone that is venerated and kissed by Muslims! Mr. careless you just told that that kissing a cross is like kissing an idol. And you kiss the cold and black stone called al-ka3bba. Right? Then I must conclude that the ka3bba is no more than an idol darling

>The blackstone is a symbol.

And so is the cross to Christians so wha isi your point? Kissing the ka3bba is no less pagan than kissing a cross darling

>Just a little brain power can do wonders!

More delusions and poor education shame on you


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