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The sword verse and the religion of peace

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 18, 2012 at 06:57

Our dear Yerosham (sic) must have realized that we kuffar do not buy his little story

Scriptures have never ever teach men to kill each others

Really? then how about the Quranic فاقثلوا المشركين حيث وجدتموهم

So how come you did not know that the Qur'an says to go out and kill other human beings you tell us

For the readers: this is what is called ayat al-sayf or the sword verse!

Oh the religion of peace

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