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Slavery in Islam

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 4, 2014 at 16:20

Our dear Adil wrote this little gem

Oh, so why did Christians have slaves too?

You see our dear Adil we here in the west follow secular laws and secular laws are never perfect but they could be changed because they did not drop from the sky

Islam? that is a different story after the barbaric Shari3a and the Qur'an are supposed to be the words and the law of your Allah and they are good for all places and all times and cannot be changed which means that Muslims can own slaves and rape them and get them into prostitution so do you own slaves our dear Adil?

But most damaging to your claim is that you are saying if Christians used to own slaves what is wrong with Muslims owning slaves too as the terrorists of Da'ish do and as the Muslim invaders enslaved your Hindu ancestors? Do you get it or are you going to chase your tail again?

Oh and did you tell our dear Amr the Bee that you are an Ahmadee? And did you read Elst book and did you write an online response to his claims? I'm still waiting


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