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A book of violence and hate

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Submitted by Ayesha (United States), Dec 12, 2005 at 01:09

Dear Nuray: Most use of kill slay, death and hate is in Quran hadith and islamic history. Like Wilner wrote in his last post, Quran bad mouths all Gods, all religins and all non muslims in almost every chapter. It is truly a book of hate and violence.

I recommend you brush up on your islamic history. It has been a blood bath for the last 1400 years. An excellent book is recently published "Legacy Of Jihad" by Dr. Bostom . I dare you to read it. This is my last post since people seem to have have lost interest in this debate.Good Bye.
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