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"Coverse fallacy of accident" Really?

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in response to reader comment: Dhimmi's Converse Fallacy of Accident delusions will no longer be tolerated

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 22, 2008 at 07:33

So what did we learn from our dear Keith? Nothing as usual

You told us that islam is against terrorism. Right? And i told you that based on Q8:60 you must be wrong and I even was kind enough to tell you, and based on reading the Qur'an in Arabic a language that you cannot read, write or speak (remember al-bakistaniyya?), who are those regarded as Allah's enemies. Right? So what is your problem? Oh I see you realized that we infidles know more about Islam that you seem to know.

Oh and it seems that your Allah has no difficulty with al-mulhiduun and now you learned something new

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