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in response to reader comment: The big time Islamic idol aka al-hajar al-Aswad and Islamic paganism

Submitted by Adil (United States), Oct 10, 2014 at 23:20

I still did not come across an ayah that says that Islam is for Arabs only.

You have given me proof (as unreliable as it is). I will admit that. But you do not give proof to anyone else that you have talked to.

The Prophet Muhammad himself was illiterate. Allah had his reasons and I will not question his reasoning beacause I am a person of understanding.

I have actually recently found that Arabic was influenced by other languages, but Allah used orginal Arabic.

I can pronounce Arabic as good as (or sometimes better then Arabs themselves (it is possible, some Arab have very bad pronounciation)).

Strangely, I have never been insulted by any of my Arab or Non-Arab friends. There may be racism, but Alhamdullilah, I do not have to deal with it in this community. The truth is that the Muslims in my community are not as racist as you think. Just so that you know everyone has their faults and problems and evils. I have witnessed Non-Arabs calling Arabs all sorts of things.

When I was talking about "him", I was reffering to the "Muslim" who supposedly threatened to kill an anti-Islam author.


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