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And I have friends that left Islam

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 10, 2012 at 09:10

For the readers our dear scottindallas is more likely than not a Muslim from India or Pakistan as he sounds like a real tablighee right our dear scottindallas?

But, that is meaningless. Islam only means something in how it is expressed.

tablighee gobbledygook

I have friends who are converts, they were strict Baptists, they're strict Muslims.

Really? I do not believe you so can you provide us kuffar with a name or two and may be we can judge for our selves? why the delusions? you tell us

Oh I forgot and I have friends who have reverted back to Hinduism and they strict Muslims they are now strict Hindus

See? it is easy to BS like you do

More liberal converts, stay liberal.

Hello: Liberal and islam do not mix so can you provide us with a name or two of such liberal converts? Let me guess you are making things up right?

People come to the faith, people express the faith.

gobbledygook

As one friend says,

And his name is? Or are you making things up as you go?

Islam is hidden from the West and the world by a thick veil of Muslims.

Really how come? Oh it must be the islamophobia right?

The same could be said for any faith, group, community. If you want to deal with them, appeal to the best in their culture, and expect them to rise to the occasion.

So we kuffar should be happy with polygamy and killing of idolaters and be happy to pay the mafia tax called al-jizya and agree with honor killing and treat women as second class citizens and put them in little tents and hate dogs and art and music and genital mutilation of both sexes and the brutal so called halah slaughter this is only a partial list

You are only kidding yourself that we kuffar will agree with this nonsense

Attack and beset them, and they will likely group together and hunker down.

Then go back to where you came from deal?

Islam has a liberal tradition,

Really? where? in your dreams?

and, those of you so concerned, should learn about the liberal aspects of Islam and encourage that.

Can you give me one liberal aspect in islam? just one please!

Ask them about those traditions. Some, many don't even know. Just as most faithful are most as schooled as they should be.

Then give us an example or and you must pardon me shut up

But, neither are they schooled in the elements you fear. Only by appealing to what we have in common, humanity and human and civil rights will we advance. But, let's be sure we're willing to extend to them the same rights we'd ask for ourselves.

What a fake

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