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109 War Verses

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Submitted by Semper FI (United States), Feb 19, 2006 at 08:09

The "Glorious" Koran (whatever the spelling is) has 109 war verses.

Some people mention that "the Bible has violence" (mainly from the history of the Crusades, which would serve better if they were now).

Understand this! When the God of the bible called for punishment..IT WAS A ONE TIME DECREE.

The decrees for violence in the Koran are STANDING ORDERS!!! They are indefinite decrees for violence. Just how gullible and naive are muslims? All of these "true adherents" bombers, etc actually believe there are virgins in heaven waiting for them.

Can a muslim from this board please cite the verse in the Koran where it states this? Intersting, a one eyed muslim cleric passes gas, and bam, 100 parents now have funerals to plan for their children.

I lost faith in the President I voted for "Bush" when he made that politcally correct\accomodating\appeasing comment that Islam was a "religion of peace". The true adherents of Mohammad the terrorist are what the mainstream media is call "radical Islam".

Why aren't the courageous cartoon protesters burning the US flag in my country, I'll tell you why, because people like me would give them a "real reason" to not like the US.

Semper Fi

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