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Exploiting??? the Koran to Terrorize

Reader comment on item: [The Boim Trial:] Exploiting the Koran to Terrorize
in response to reader comment: Case confirms a pattern...

Submitted by Dillah (United States), Feb 8, 2011 at 07:16

One of the responders to this article asks...

"Might the above also be stated as a case confirming a pattern of culpability among even the most innocent-appearing of Muslim practitioners?"

The so-called "innocent-appearing" Muslims STILL bring their Koran with them. And if they're not willing to carry out the commands of their own Koran - why does everyone INSIST upon calling them Muslims?

(Bottom line question: What makes a Muslim a Muslim?

Taught in their Koran:

047.004 Beheadings - 033.052 Gang Rape of female 'infidels' - 005.041 Racism - 005.033 Crucifixions - 008.067 Treason - 033.061 Genocide "without mercy" (The Koran is online for all to see for themselves)

If they are a "peaceful" people - as they claim - they would in NO-WAY be carrying the Koran with them. No? Because ALL are going to reap what those teachings sow.

The U.S. Constitution condemns all of those teachings (rightfully so). The only problem for America is (so far) - not having judges who will enforce the laws of the U.S. Constitution when it comes to the Koran.

Well, that remains to be seen (freedom of religion NEVER included the right to incite the masses into violence).


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