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Our dear Samia is issuing a fatwa against Osama Bin Laden! Read and laugh

Reader comment on item: MPAC, CAIR, and Praising Osama bin Laden
in response to reader comment: True Muslims dispraise osama bin laden

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 23, 2010 at 07:45

Our dear Samia al-tablighee wrote

I> want to make it clear that according to true Muslims, osama bin laden is part of a path called wahhabism.

Really? I did not know that. You mean your Arab masters al-wahabiyuun darling? You think that I should tell them in Saudi Arabia that our dear Samia who is really a guy claims that al-wahabiyuun ain't good? What do you think darling?

>Orthodox Muslims consider wahhabis to be non-Muslims because of their extreme extremism.

"extreme extremism"? Can I add this to my vocabulary darling? and as I said before: minkum nastafeed

>Osama bin laden is not defended by any true scholar of Islaam.

And you ain't scholar of anything darling and you are no more than another tablighee who pretends to be a woman right darling?and do us a favor it is islam

>People who defend him are either very ignorant about Islaam or are part of the wahhabi movement.

Gobbledygook. Shame on you for posting this


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