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An illuminating post by Mohammed

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Submitted by Sully (United States), Oct 16, 2005 at 11:23

Mohammed writes ""Yes, Mohammed may not be perfect but still we are to obey him.""

Then he ends by writing, ""Sir, for your kind info, as much as you may dislike wahabbis, they try to follow the original islam by following quran and sunna to the word.""

Once again the posts by self considered moderates illuminate far more than the conversation among ourselves.

It appears that a moderate Muslim is one who has not yet recognized his religious obligation to subjugate and make dhimmis of the obstinate "people of the book" who refuse to convert and to ruthlessly kill the nonbelievers who refuse to convert.

A corollary is that every Muslim is a time bomb waiting only for the right teacher who can guide him to Allah's commands as interpreted by Mohammed.

This neatly explains why the so called moderate Muslims celebrate when their children blow themselves up.

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