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Submitted by Jon Tekma (United States), Apr 21, 2013 at 14:13

I heard a reporter on NPR this morning, talking about the Boston Bombing, ask the inevitable question that the uninformed always ask about Muslim terrorism — "WHY!" In other words, why do Muslims kill people all around the world on a daily basis?

Well it's simple, here's WHY! BECAUSE ALLAH TELLS THEM TO! Allah tells them to in chapter 2, verse 191 of the Koran,

"KILL THEM (THE JEWS, CHRISTIANS, AND ALL OTHER NON-MUSLIMS) WHEREVER YOU FIND THEM, BECAUSE THEIR REJECTION OF ISLAM IS A GREATER SIN THAN YOUR SLAUGHTER OF THEM!"

And ALLAH tells Muslims to kill non-Muslims in roughly a dozen other places in the Koran. So why are people confused as to the motivation of these criminals?

And here's another reason. BECAUSE MOHAMMAD TELLS THEM TO! Mohammad tells them to, in the Hadiths, when he says that, "THE GREATEST DEED A MUSLIM CAN DO FOR ALLAH IS TO KILL FOR ALLAH!".

The "WHY?" crystal clear.

The real question is when are we going to stop them! When are we going to end their psychotic religious homicidal lunacy?

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