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Arabian imperialism and its victims

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in response to reader comment: remember to go to London to explain to the English people that they are invaders and occupiers. Just for coherence.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 21, 2014 at 07:44

Our dear sus who lives among Christians that pay for his social benefits but he still does not like them and I call this hypocricy

Your reply provides simplistic claims.

Really? Like what?

And the fact that you are constantly using offensive expressions -

Really? Like what?

something that I never did - further confirms that you are aware to provide shaky arguments.

Really? Like what?

I am not Muslim

Sure sure sure and I must be Mother Teresa but again your so called Allah teaches about al-Taqiyya right?

(but if you like you can continue to put me in a "ideologic box").

What box?

Women, children, old and sick peoples were not required to pay any tax. Jizya,

It is called al-Jizya and says who? Hint: read al-Tabari and al-Qurtubi

And why would anyone pay a mafia tax you tell me and why were your Hindu ancestors not allowed to pay this mafia tax you tell me and do you think that the Germans should start taxing your likes a Jizya like tax to protect you and to protect you from what?

Hint: Read al-Tabari and al-Qurtubi because you are making a fool of yourself

in Thomas Walker Arnold's words was required to any person "whose religion precluded them from serving in the army, in return for the protection secured for them by the arms of the Muslims".

Why do you want me to read Kuffar sources when I can read your Islamic sources in Arabic something that you cannot do you tell me

It was certainly not an ideal system,

So invading India where you come from and murdering millions of your ancestors is an ideal system? really?

but the fact that when Rambam was expelled from Spain decided to go in Saladin's Cairo,

His name is Salah al-Deen and what does this have to with the price of peaches in Afghanistan? Nothing not a thing

and not to any other country in Europe, should suggest you that your simplistic way of analyzing history cannot but produce simplistic and unilaterel analyses. Your site should instead leave space to different approaches and views.


La ikrah fi'din (2: 256) — there must be no compulsion in religion:

I thought that you are not an Ahmadee Muslim or did you forget

If this is for real them how come al-Tabari and Ibn Kathir and al-Qurtubi tell us that la ikrah fi al-deen was ABROGATED by اية القتال so were they liars or Islamophobes? you tell me

Oh اية القتال? Well you can ask your Ahmadee Mullah to tell you what it means if he knows Arabic which i doubt very much

this does not mean that in 1400 years

1400 years of imperialism

there were not cases in the opposite direction (almost all under Shia Islam).

What opposite direction?

Anyway, I could discuss this for hours, providing hundreds of documents.

Then provide the evidence or and you must pardon me shut up

But I am used to discuss these issues in a civilized way, with open-minded intellectuals.

Oh you plan to run away I see

So I stop here and I leave you alone with your weak attacks.

I leave this to the readers to judge you

By the way, remember to go to London to explain to the English people that they are invaders and occupiers. Just for coherence.

Then you are also saying if the Brits are invaders and occupiers what is wrong with the Arabs being invaders and occupiers? Thank you our dear sus al-Ahmadee for proving my point

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