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More Quranic disasters and the terrorism verse and inciting to fight verse! So much for the religion of peace

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 29, 2011 at 10:45

And while waiting for my ticket on al-buraq so i can fly to London so our dear Amin and I converse in Arabic here is the Quranic disaster of the day where Allah says in the infamous ayat al-irhab or the terrorism verse واعدوا لهم ما استطعتم من قوة ومن رباط الخيل ترهبون به عدو الله وعدوكم and what a disaster but the author of the Qur'an is asking his followers to terrorize his enemies! So you tell us how come Allah is not able to change the minds of kuffar and amke us all Muslims and avoid terrorism and cellecting booty? could it be because there ain't no Allah? or could it be because Allah is not omnipotent? so which one is it/

Oh there is more the author of the Qur'an says يايها النبي حرض المؤمنين على القتال let me help you here Allah is asking his nabi Muhammad to incite his followers to fight. How come Allah cannot solve things in peace and why the inciting?

So much for the religion of peace

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