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Our dear Khaled is quoting a corrupted book to prove a point! Go figure!

Reader comment on item: The Muslim Claim to Jerusalem
in response to reader comment: Jews did not keep their covenant with God, by rejecting the in Issa(Jesus) son of Maryam, thereby losing their claim to the blessed land of Palestine.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 28, 2012 at 06:58

Our dear Khaled who seems to have a direct phone line with Allah and who now lives among kuffar in Australia and not among his masters the Arabs and i wonder why

"Do not think that I came to bring peace on Earth; I did not come to bring peace, but a sword."Hint -Take a look in your bible.

Hint: Your Allah says that the Bible is كتاب محرف so why do you quote a كتاب محرف to prove a point you tell me

This means that you disagree with Allah so do you disagree with Allah astaghfirullah? And do you think that I should tell the wahhabis that you our dear Khaled whose Hindu nacestors were brutalized by islam quote the Bible to ptove a point? I smell a fatwa and the riots will not be far behind

Oh darn it the Arabic! But you can ask your stupid Mullah to translate it for you if he knows Arabic which i doubt very much

And here is your bonus for today: What is really اية السيف?

Oh it is OK you ask your Mullah


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