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Islam was spread by the sword and the battle of Ullais is Mesopotamia in 633CE

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in response to reader comment: Still in the XI cent. Palestine had a Christian majority. The "forced conversion" is historically inaccurate.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 20, 2014 at 17:36

Our dear sus does not read his Islamic literary sources or al-Tabari al-Tarikh but this does not stop him from dishing out his nonsense

You see our dear sus your Muslim historians tell us about the barbaric battle of أليس also called نهر الدماء or the battle of Ullais or the river of blood where the war criminal so called خالد ابن الوليد or Khalid Ibn al-Walid and his criminal troops murdered 70,000 human beings and what your sources tell us were المجوصليبي oh let me help you with this one as your stupid Mullad will not be able to tell you what this means and it means the Majus (Zoroastrians) and Christians (these are the Christian Arabs of Mesopotamia) and they were offered either to convert to the religion of the arabs only aka Islam or be killed and indeed 70,000 were murdered by the criminal Khlaid ibn al-Walid and these poor victims were told by the criminal Khalid ibn al-Walid the infamous اسلم تسلم or convert to Islam and be safe

And you tell us that islam was not spread by the sword? Shame on you oh you do not believe me this is what Muslims tell us about this crime


Oh the criminal Khalid ibn al-Walid? he was called خالد ابن الوليد سيف الاسلام or Khalid ibn al-Walid the sword of Islam how come you did not know that? Let me guess because and you must pardon me another Ahamdee follower right?

This is what is going on now in Mesopotamia where ISIS is telling Christians to either convert to the religion of the Arabs only or be killed as for the Yazidi and because they are Zoroastrains they have one of two choices either to convert to the religion of the Arabs only or be killed


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