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Understanding the significance of a severed foot in Islam

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Submitted by Yusuf (Israel), Apr 24, 2013 at 20:03

A Motive for Boston Foot Massacre? The Koran speaks of cutting off the hand and foot, on opposite sides, as a punishment for theft. These legal immigrant brothers succeeded in completely severing 21 feet and legs of infidels. Were these Islamists with Welfare-funded pressure cookers angry because in addition to US taxpayers rescuing them from poverty and misery in Chechnya and providing welfare benefits, college, and sports training, the brothers were overcome with Islamic rage at American armed forces for stealing something or other in Iraq or Afghanistan.

Islam, of course has an additional Koranic fixation with bloodletting via slitting throats. Muslims popularized airline hijackings in the 1970s and suicide bombings since the 1980s. Islam, in essence, is the worship of a very angry bloodthirsty idol called Allah and emulation of Allah's Prophet, an obedience demanding warlord, child molester, caravan raider, and mass murderer, Mohamed. When you hear Allah hu Achbar, picture in your mind a bloodthirsty black rock spiritually connected to the moon cycles that passes itself off as the perfected monotheism. You are now advanced beyond most when it comes to understanding the deity of Islam.

Political Islam is what you see in the violence, chaos, and barbarism that you see in the headlines. If Muslims don't win the race, many infidels will suffer. Because Islam has be to superior over the infidels. Islamic superiority can either be natural or induces thru the destruction of the infidel and the culture, including the sports and leisure culture, of the infidel.

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