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Wannabe Arab?

Reader comment on item: Islamists in the Courtroom
in response to reader comment: Abul Qasim in the Hindu holy books? Read and laugh

Submitted by Salim Khan (United States), Dec 2, 2010 at 20:50

My dear friend. As a wannabe Jew, you should not call a Muslim a wannabe Arab. In Kashmir, those Muslims are descended from the lost ten tribes of Israel (Bani Israel) and they are not Arabs. You on the other hand, are pagans whose religion was given to you as a description of identification (Hindu). Your religion is purely idolatry from Babylonian practices. Now you are a wannabe Moulana who's trying to interpret the Holy Qur'an when you can't interpret your own scripture. For example, your scriptures say you can eat beef, but you don't. They say God has no pratima (forms, shapes, pictures, etc.), but you worship idols. Don't talk to me about wannabe Arab? Your religion was confined to idolatry as Judaism and Christianity was confined to them. Islam is universal and you don't have to be and Arab. There are Muslims in every country, race and continent around the world. I cannot say the same for other religions. Read a book by Khwaja Nazir Ahmad called "Jesus in Heaven on Earth." Maybe you will learn something about your descendents.

Assalam Alaikum


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