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Islamic lies

Reader comment on item: When Arab Politicians' Shouts and Whispers Contradict
in response to reader comment: Take what's said in public as policy and go with it

Submitted by Prashant (United States), Dec 4, 2022 at 18:44

Dear Readers, it is so easy to miss this fact in life, in general, and in relation to Islam in particular: a half truth, an omitted truth, or a stretched truth is nothing but a lie.

The real truth is neither stretched, nor halved. Nor are its parts omitted.

When the Islamic leadership speaks on political matters, it is safe to assume that they are lying.

Don't take my word for it. Try this dictum on yesterday's, or today's or tomorrow's news and verify for yourself.

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