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Submitted by Chas (Canada), May 24, 2013 at 02:21

Huh? respect? huh?

Well, first of all in the civilized world (non-sharia) respect has a very different meaning. Here it is earned and it is NOT the same as fear.

huh? sharia has nothing to do with killings of innocents? Very funny, who says mohammadans (muhammadan, mahommedan, mahomedan or mahometan) have no sense of humor!

Either that or "respect" is a newbie at taquiya, you should take some evening courses from your saudi masters.

Ummm what else, "Muhammand never encourage us to kill innocent people". the begs the question- WHO IS NOT INNOCENT?

1) Christians (can be tolerated if they pay jizya and are humiliated for their entire lives) are killed with impunity in sharia countries and their women are raped/enslaved (uhh oh yeah, coverted).

2) Jews (can be tolerated if they pay jizya and are humiliated for their entire lives)

3) Polytheists (death if not outnubered)

4) Homosexuals (death)

5) Women who dare to think or complain about rape (death or lashes)

6) apostates (death)

7) anyone that doesn't practise your brand of islam (death when they are sufficiently outnumbered),

most women are innocent sometimes but mostly they are just dirty, stupid and going to hell anyways.

So.. whose life are you preserving.. just yours and mohamedans of your sect. Everyone else appears to be guilty. Hmmmmm. Tsk tsk..


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