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Why do not they go back?

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in response to reader comment: Why don't they go back to their own country?

Submitted by elisabeth Dakak (United States), Jan 7, 2011 at 14:03

The Muslims do not have the courage to change anything in their undevelopped countries.

The Muslims consider themselves the victims. According to them we owe them everything.

I recommend you to read September 11: Islam and Christianity. An excellent thin volume by Benedikt Peter. In French the small volume is very well constructed. In German the copy sells for over than $100. I know not if the volume is in English.

Islam wants to rule it does not want to be ruled. This is the reason why Lebanon cannot have a Christian government.

Read Khalil Gibran and see what and how the Turcs affected the country of Lebanon.

All the Muslim rituals derive from Jewish rituals: Water Ablutions, fasting now not on Kippour but on Ramadan. Note that from the time that the Jews did not recognize Mahomet as a prophet, Mahomet changed all the rules so he was no longer praying towards Jerusalem but towards Mecque.

The Coran was fabricated at least 300 years after the Bible. There are lots of biblical Scriptures in the Coran that are distorted to the utmost as Christianity was not unknown to Mahomet. They confuse Myriam sister of Moise with Myriam, the spiritual mother of jesus.

If they did not eradicate the following Sourates or Surats in English, please read Sourate 8.12; 8:17; 8:39; 9:5

Read Sourate 9:29-30 The verse says that the Jews are stupid (I would rather be under the Jews than under the Muslims even outside the Orient).


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