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To Rayee, rumour of whites converting to Islam

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in response to reader comment: So, why are more people converting to Islam in America?

Submitted by Ahmed (United States), Dec 20, 2005 at 01:44

Rayee: Seems like your figures came from a mosque source, who use islamic deception "taqiyya" to feed misinformation to help strengthen muslim's iman and keep the gravy train running. The fact is that most conversions are of black ex-cons. The other group is hispanic females. In my city ,over 20,000 people show up for eid prayers. You see some blacks and a few hispanic females but rarely a blue eyed blond haired convert.It is the same during friday prayers

Muslims thrive on spreading and believing in misinformation. Most still believe the rumour spread by muslims that no jew went to work in WTC on 9/11. Most believe the rumour spread by muslims that jews run the world by proxy and what is in the fake book "The elders of Zions". Most get reassured about their religion about a rumour spread by muslims that astronauts to moon heard "azan" on the moon. They always proudly quote that Gandhi and Bernard Shaw talked highly of Mohammed. I ask, why didnt they convert then.

Muslims also quote Maurice Bucaile who wrote a book about science in Quran and laughed all the way to the bank.Yet he never converted.

Other day a local Imam said on a Houston radio that a hand came out of prophet Mohammed's grave in Madina and shook hand with a devoted visitor. The word spread fast and all muslims believed it without question.
The fact is most educated muslims are leaving islam after reading truth about islam on websites like faithfreedom.org, prophetofdoom.net, secularislam.org,thereligionofpeace.com, jihadwatch.org and listislam.cjb.net.

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