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Islamic tolerance? Really? Where?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 12, 2013 at 13:28

Our dear Amin wrote this little gem

>this tolerance is difficult for you to swallow

Oh so let me see is there such thing as tolerance in Islam? Where and when? In your dreams may be?

Your Allah says in the vile ayat al-sayf to kill and in ayat al-jizya to fight non Muslims and you are talking about tolerance?

Your Hindu ancestors that were killed and enslaved and raped by the Muslim invaders of India must be proud of you

For the readers Muslims view tolerance of non Muslims as weakness right our dear Amin?

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