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Apology to an infidel? You are kidding

Reader comment on item: [The Canadian Islamic Congress:] An Islamist Apology

Submitted by Naz (United States), Jul 19, 2005 at 18:11

Islamists dont apologize to infidels. It is not in the books. It can be temporary strategic action like the famous "10 Years Hudaibiya Peace Treaty" signed by Mohammed with Mecca people, who were attacked and occupied within two years (Ishaq, Tabari, Waqqidi). Allah orders only two ways to deal with non muslims on permanent basis. First is for christians and jews that they be killed unless they convert , or agree to pay protection money and live like dhimmis (9.29), second is for all others that they be killed unless they become muslims. Every thing else is deception and stategy.
If a muslim does not believe in, or follow the above quranic injunctions (like myself), he is an infidel and must be dealth with only by sword. That is exactly what followers of true islam and Abdul Wahab did in 19th century in Arabia. 400,000 so called moderate muslims were killed or maimed. In 1802, in Karabla (Iraq) alone , wahabis killed 6000 shia muslims in a single day.

There is no such thing as militant islam or moderate islam. There is one islam, the one dictated by quran and hadith. Rest of the talk is political correctness..


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