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Hind Samy: Mullah of Misinformation

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Submitted by Sword of Islam (United Kingdom), Feb 5, 2006 at 18:00

Submitted by Hind Samy, Feb 5, 2006 at 06:47
"The Saudis asked them there"? It was all part of the US agenda to have a strong presence in the Middle East - it's in your interest to be there.

Hind Samy disputes the fact that the Saudi's invited US forces into Saudi Arabia. The only alternative to an invitation is invasion. Is anybody else under the impression that when Iraq invaded Kuwait the Americans invaded Saudi Arabia unnoticed? Perhaps he can also explain why we have not seen the same level of destruction from 'freedom fighters' in the 'invaded' Land of The Holy Places that we have seen in Iraq? Please resolve my ignorance by explaining this simple historical fact. Nobody questions the mutual benefit that the US and Saudi's have by having a US presence there. So it should be quite simple for you to explain how the US managed to invade Saudi Arabia with such little fuss. We all know about the political and economic ties. Just explain how and when the US invaded Saudi Arabia. Clarify my ignorance and make the world a better place.
Submitted by Hind Samy, Feb 3, 2006 at 04:13
"And if life is so bad in Saudi Arabia, why is it that the US is doing everything in its power to have a strong US presence there?"

I think you will also find the rulers of the House of Saud are terrified by the idea of the US leaving. It is generally acknowledged by the educated world that the only preventing the overthrow of the Saudi elite is the presence of the US. The last thing the world and it's economy needs is another mad Mullah taking over. It is called Quid Pro Quo - look it up. We get cheaper oil, the Saudi royal family don't get their heads chopped off. Or can you provide a specific example of the US being asked to leave - by the rulers of the country, that is, not some beggar of an Imam?

Submitted by Hind Samy, Feb 5, 2006 at 06:47
"And please stop turing this into a Christians versus Muslims argument, I love Jesus, probably more than you do - I for one, would never disrespect him in a cartoon or wax museum or in any way."

I don't see this as a Christians vs Muslims debate. I observe that Islam is in conflict with every other religion that it comes into contact with. As a European I see this in Europe vs Islam terms. Part of the problem is the fact that any opposing viewpoint is seen by Islam as an opposing religion and therefore Satanic. Read through the postings on this site and you will find several items where a correspondent has been labelled Christian or Jew by a Muslim correspondent when there has been nothing to support this 'assumption'.

As for disrespecting Jesus the faith of Christians is strong enough to survive the worst cartoon that the human imagination could create without the need for them to riot. I am under the impression that Christians are taught to 'turn the other cheek' rather than 'stone the infidel' so they tend to be a little harder to annoy. The matter would simply receive a vigorous debate between all interested parties and the weaker argument would be seen to lose. Interesting that you automatically assume that I am a Christian because I am European. I AM NOT. I do not follow any religion as I believe that you are all as mad as each other in your beliefs - but when those beliefs manifest themselves as physical violence and the decay of the society in which I live you have my contempt. Funnily enough, the only religion or belief system that causes a problem in this regard is Islam and it's adherents.

"As for the "Dark Ages" in which we live, I come from a country that was civilised and advanced more than 4000 years when you all were still living in caves"

This is true. Then along came the Prophet. Now we drive Lexus and you drive donkey.

Submitted by Hind Samy, Feb 3, 2006 at 17:33
The West takes it upon itself to meddle in Middle Eastern affairs then they get upset when there are repercussions. You come to invade a country then are upset the people in it fight back, does that really make sense to you?

Now we're getting to the heart of the matter. It would appear that 'cartoons' have little to do with it...............................


Submitted by Hind Samy, Feb 2, 2006 at 11:51
No religion in the world dictates hate and killing - not even Islam as you would all love to make anyone who has never even read the Koran believe. Read then discuss or speak - otherwise it's plain ignorance

Happy to. You obviously haven't read it so you may find it helpful..........

Submitted by Hind Samy, Feb 2, 2006 at 12:12
You claim all Muslims hate all Jews - this debate is about the ridicule of our Muslim Prophet
Ishaq:461 "Warfare against the Jews is incumbent upon Muslims."

Submitted by Hind Samy, Feb 5, 2006 at 07:40
If you put your racism aside for a second, you might find you and I aren't so different after all.

[Surah 9:61] "Gabriel came to Muhammad and said, ‘If a black man comes to you, his heart is more gross than a donkey's.'"

Submitted by Hind Samy, Feb 2, 2006 at 11:51
No religion in the world dictates hate and killing - not even Islam as you would all love to make anyone who has never even read the Koran believe. Read then discuss or speak - otherwise it's plain ignorance

The Prophet
004.094 "Believers, when you go abroad to fight wars in the Cause of Allah, investigate carefully, and say not to any one who offers you peace: ‘You are not a believer,' seeking and coveting the chance profits of this life (so that you may despoil them). With Allah are abundant profits, plentiful spoils and booty Muslims, when you leave Arabia to fight and rob those who don't worship me, don't accept a peace offering and leave a potential victim alone. Rather, conquer them, for therein lies the greatest potential for profit. And always remember, you are a mercenary and that I have seduced you."

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