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My prophet?

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in response to reader comment: According to your prophet. . .

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 10, 2014 at 07:15

Our dear David wrote

According to your prophet

My "prophet"? Who is my prophet?

He said that in the latter days their will be 73 sects of Islam. In the Pakistani desicion to declare Ahmadis non muslims all 72 other represented sects said that Ahmadis were evil (the only thing they could agree on). Doesn't it make sense that they are the only good people because no one else things they are right, and they view the doctrine of other sects to be wrong too?

Sorry David but I do not get what you are trying to say so work with me and explain to me one more time what you are trying to say

Oh al-Ahmadiyya? It is a creepy cult that was established by a quack called Mirza Ghulam who died in a bathroom form diarrhea (and where is his Allah when you need him) and in India where religion is big business what is better that creating a little cult? He was an evil man. His followers? They are out to speard this little cult through lies and fabrications

Now it is your turn: Go!


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