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Apologetics for Islamic terriorism

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Submitted by Ron (United States), Jan 18, 2009 at 16:32

Why do Muslims commit acts of terrorism with no regard for their lives and others? Why doesn't anyone mention the specific commands from Allah in the Quran and from Mohammad in the Hadith? I have studied the Noble Quran in the English language and its directives are numerous and quite specific on handling of the initial questions above. It is also noted that both of the sources will often contradict itself making any abosolute statements hard to nail down but one has to take the ones mentioned the most often as the final word.

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