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Reader comment on item: Arguing over "Can Islam Be Reformed?"
in response to reader comment: True Muslim cannot kill anybody

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 14, 2014 at 13:16

our dear av who is a follower of the loony Ahmadiyya sect whose founder Mirza Ghulam died from diarrhea in a bathroom and whose Arab masters regard him as a big time Kafir right our dear av the lost tablighee?

Absolutely you are right, Islam does not advocate killing of innocent people.

Really? then how about ayat al-Sayf? And how about the fact that millions of your Hindu ancestors were killed enslaved and raped by your Muslim masters that invaded India? and what is wrong with polytheism after all your so called Allah says that he pre-plans every thing so he must be the one to be blamed for polytheism and do you see why islam is ridiculous and your Allah is evil?

And how about the caste system among Muslims in India? and why would your likes cannot be an Ashraf because your ancestors' only fault is that they were Hindus?

Islam is ridiculous


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