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Garbage City

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: just saying

Submitted by Lynn (United States), Sep 10, 2010 at 08:42

Coptic Christians are only allowed to collect the garbage of Egyptians and even with that, the Christians managed to turn it into a recycling business and kept their city as clean as possible by feeding the food that Egyptians threw away to pigs. I'm sure that the Egyptians thought it was proper that pigs eat their leftovers as Islam teaches that Allah turned Jews into pigs and apes.

Suddenly the leaders of Egypt had the brainstorm that to stop the spread of flu, all the pigs must be killed even though they were told it was not true. They had no one to collect their garbage anymore and the cities filled with trash and filth because no one knew how to clean up after themselves.

With Islam it is garbage in garbage out. When you call for peace upon you prophet, he is hanging a heavy yoke around your neck. He speaks that women's testimony is worth half a man's, women should be used like a domestic animal, women can be beat, and women are the majority occupiers of HELL. There is a reason you can not hear the true tale of Jesus, because then you will know about one who makes your yoke lighter, who is a friend to women, who testified to women and trusted their testimony, and who saved a woman from stoning.

If Islam lies to you about what you are worth, what else have they lied to you about?


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