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Our dear Esq. al-munafiq al-kabeer and violence in the book of ignorance

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 16, 2011 at 13:48

Oh I forgot to ask you our dear esq. the wannabe Arab whose Hindu ancestors were brutlaized by islam where would i find anything in the NT even close to

1. Ayat al-sayf

2. Ayat al-jizya

3. Ayat al-irhab

4. Ayat fayaqtiluun wa yuqtaluun! It seems that Allah is saying kill and be killed! How disgusting!

5. ayat kutiba 3alaykum al-qital

6. And here is your bonus for today and where would I find in the NT anything close to Allah wanting to get 1/5 of the loot collected by his mujahiduun

I challenge you to find anything close to this blatant Quranic violence in the NT and do you know what this means? It means mr Einstein that violent Christians could not have been inspired by the NT and that their violence was done not because of Christianity but despite of it

How come you did not know that? Could it be because you are ignorant? or could it be you really knew but were hoping that we infidels do not know? So which one is it?

Oh the Arabic? May be you ask your Mullah to tell you what it says

Shame on you and your uncritical mind

Stay tuned for a list of the crimes of islamic imperialism

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