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Clueless Muslims part two

Reader comment on item: Can Islam Be Reformed?
in response to reader comment: Showing your class

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 14, 2013 at 08:51

Our dear Bertan wrote

... I am not sure what I need to write about to respond to your personal attacks.

What personal attacks? Well let me see delete the "personal" attacks on us kuffar in the Qur'an and we will stop going after Muslims deal?

Again, my point is very clear: I don't think Americans can do anything to change Islam.

I do not think that even Muslims can do anything to change Islam because the structure of Islam is rotten

It is more foolish to think that you can.

My wish is to see Islam gone for ever and people like you are free from Islam and the imperialism of the Arabs

If you have any shred of self respect, you would be focusing on the agressiveness of the evangelical christians in the US politics.

So let me see do the "Evangelicals" call us kuffar and Nijis and crash big planes in tall buildings and loot and burn Churches and mosques and temples and fight in the cause of their God? No they do not if so then they have every right in a democracy to be involved in politics

I urge you to leave Islam and be free again

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