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More islamic comedy and Hypatia

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 27, 2011 at 07:04

Our dear Deb al-tablighee whose ancestors the pagan Hindus were brutalized by Islam and 90M of them were killed by his masters the Muslims right our dear Deb? Now he is worried about a pagan when his Allah the Arab tells him to iqtoloo al-mushrikeen or kill the pagans/idolaters so do you disagree with your Allah our dear Deb al-tablighee?

And now our dear deb is after the islamic topos of Hypatia and as if the Muslim hypocrites care about a pagan and if you do care about a pagan then charity starts at home and you should care about your pagan Hindu ancestors first mr hypocrite

A Muslim who is worried about a pagan! masha'allah

>Why are you ignorant

The ignorant is you

>of the fact that the last philosopher in the Paga nEgypt , Hypatia was murdered by the newly-Christian copts ?

ROTFL you are ignorant Hypatia was killed in late antique Alexandria in 415CE and all we are told by John of Nikui "Christians killed the hellene'" And mr ignorant neither Nikiu nor Scholasticus identify if these Christians were Aegyptoi (Native Egyptians) or 'Enremenkemi (the word Egyptians in the Egyptian language) or if they were Akexnadrian Greeks and she was killed in the Agora which is far from Rakoti (the area of Alexnadria where native Egyptians lived and where the Serapum was located) The rest of the city was very much a Greek city and populated by Greeks with a far less Jewish population than 300-400 years before. So the "Christians" here could very well be Greeks or native Egyptians and in the case of John of Nikiu it very well could be anachronistic as in actual fact she was the victim of the struggle between the Imperial Prefect Orestes and Cyril the Patriarch of Alexandria and her death had nothing to do with the fact that she was a hellene or a pagan (for the readers: the word Hellene in the late antique period was the word used to describe pagans)

Copts? what Copts? Mr ignorant the word al-aqbat in the language of your masters the Arabs was not known or used until the Arab invasion in 642CE and it is the Arabized Aegyptoi. Shame on you

But wait: your Arabian Allah says iqtoloo al-mushrikeen or kill the idolaters/pagans right our dear deb? then it seems that those "Copts" (sic) were following your Allah's commands and after all he tells us that he is the Allah of the Copts too! So do you disagree with yuor Arabian Allah and his barbaric commands?

But again you are a victim of poor and uncritical islamic education

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