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The less Muslim the better

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in response to reader comment: cannot judge without a first hand experience

Submitted by Alain Jean-Mairet (Switzerland), Oct 21, 2013 at 01:10

Your prophet "said" many things indeed, in those hundreds of thousands of hadiths, for which you don't bother to give any reference. But your God said quite clearly, in verse 9.29, that Muslims are supposed to wage war against Christians until they accept to live in humiliation. That is simply God's rule. And your Christian friends, if they do exist, are just exceptions to that rule. Yes, there may have been times and places where exceptions were more common that the following of God's rules. But if that proves anything, it is that the less Muslim, the better.

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