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If Mahomet was a terrorist and all Moslems want to be like Mahomet , then ... let's forget the politically correct ruse of "Islam vs. Islamism" .

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), May 18, 2013 at 02:21

dhimmi no more ,

I agree with the second part of your post , so let's leave it without further discussion. You point out that :

>You are very correct if you read the likes of Ibn Ishaq's sirat rasul Allah and al-Waqidi's al-Maghazi (the word al-maghazi means the invasions!) or al-Tabari's Tarikh what emerges is a vile picture of the prophet of Islam and of an Arabian warlord and caravan raider and child molester and really ugly picture<

And the Koran reinforces the picture , doesn't it? If so how on earth can we expects Moslems not be terrorists if every Moslem wants to be like Mahomet ?

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