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is islam really warm and fuzzy?

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in response to reader comment: reply to Ifrahim

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 21, 2009 at 14:21

Our dear mr "convert" wrote

> I see that there are some radical Muslims and they remind me of the KKK, Hitler, etc...

Well let me see: The Qur'an a book that you have no clue about what it really says in Arabic and with your litle Pakistani Arabic in ayat al-kursi (oh I like ot call it ayat al-3arsh and not the one with the Bidet) where you wrote al-hayyul qayyum? You will be confusing your Arabian Allah as the poor guy really does not know anything beyond Arabic and Syriac. Urdu? No so you see you are wasting your time even praying to a deity that does not even understand you

But back to the subject: It seems that those radical Muslims are the real Muslims with all the kill the that and chop the this and fight the that in the Qur'an so you know what? you either do not know what it says in the Qur'an but in this case you would be ignorant so are you ignorant? or you know what the Qur'an really says and what the tradition says and you hope that we infidles do not know but in this case you would be a liar so are you a liar? so which one is it?

Sorry but the real muslims are those that believe in qatil fi sabeel allah and give Allah his 1/5 share of the loot. No islam must be defeated in the market place of ideas and it will be defeated


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