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Muslims - the master misinterpreters

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Submitted by Mohammad Salim Khan (India), May 18, 2005 at 06:45

i heard that once upon a time , a goat was sacrificed to prophet Mohammad instead of a human. And can you believe it ....to this day muslims slaughter camels, goats on bakrid in the name of sacrifice !! This is the height of misinterpretation of the quran.

To protect itself from terrible tyrants ( who try to kill you ) , Mohmmad asked Muslims all over the world to fight and not be cowards. Thanks to his words,too many now try to kill all non Muslims.

for heavens sake, islam has to change.
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