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Curmally: You claim not to be a thug. But then why do you follow one?

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Submitted by Plato (India), Oct 15, 2010 at 08:25

Curmally, you wrote:

>>If I am funny, then have you looked at yourself in a mirror?I am not a thug who invades other countries.That is the USA's prerogative.<<

You are funny because you follow a man who indulged in thuggery to get his way. He attacked peaceful caravans traveling long camel rides away to take booty and prisoners to ransom or enslave. He raided neighbouring tribes, especially Jewish ones, and looted, and enslaved men, women and children. I can give you references from authentic Islamic sources if you think I am making it up. Are you now going to threaten to send your future progeny to get me and my future progeny?

You may not be a thug, but you issued this threat on this blog: "Incidentally, it is not a veiled threat but as threat. If not me then my sons or my grandchildren or any amount of generations down the line, will avenge the insult." http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/179104

Again in instigating your future generations to murder for a long dead man you are only following in the footsteps of that man. He has trained Muslims to kill to hide the real facts of his life

>> I am an average Muslim man who is proud of his faith and willing to die protecting it. If you find that strange then you have a long way to go.<<

If you are typical of average Muslim men do not think it is strange if the world is suspicious of Muslims in general. Pride in an alien culture's faith imposed on your ancestors at the point of spears and swords to the extent of fighting and willing to die for it is indeed strange.

I have found many Muslims on this blog issuing threats of physical violence when they run out of ideas to argue with. Your faith is dependent on force to enforce it on unbelievefrs.The prophet of Islam argued with his tribesmen for 13 years and had only a handful of believers. But when he had gathered a gang of armed men he began the next phase of his life when persuasion with the tongue gave to enforcement of his belief with the sword. Curmally do you not find it strange that the mercy to all mankind gave three choices to infidels? Convert, pay a humiliation tax or fight and die?

Regards

Plato

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