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The victims of Arabian cultural imperialism

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in response to reader comment: Your story baseless Angel

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 3, 2012 at 08:55

Our dear Mr B who is really a wannabe Arab and who has no regard for his own people that were and still are brutalized by islam

I believe that you were just talk without data Angel. Do you heard about "compulsory" in Spain in 15 century, when they force Moslem and Jews to change their religion or get out from Spain?

And let me paraphrase this little gem:

Did you hear of "compulsory" in 7th century Arabia when Muhammad and his thugs forced the pagan Arabs to become Muslims or be killed as per Q9:5 or ayat al-sayf? Oh and the Jews and the Christians had to be expelled from Arabia?

You think that may be the people of Spain learned from the God of islam and his followers as I cannot think of any verse in the NT that is even c;lose to the barbaric ayat al-sayf

But you know what? you are free to leave islam after all the Qur'an says that islam is the religion of the Arabs as in surat al-nahl 36 right our dear mr B the lost wannabe Arab?

Come on Angel

Two words: wannabe Arab!


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