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answering the infidel RE: the Virgins

Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]
in response to reader comment: CHALLENGE part 3, WHO IS GOD! the problem of translation in Middle Eastern religious thoughts

Submitted by HARRAK (Canada), Feb 20, 2006 at 14:44

..Infidel, I advise you to relax, brainstorm and decide after reading some more books. I do not think that shock conversion is healthy. I do not believe as well in the notion of conversion unless you are a research analyst..the best conversion you may do, is to subscribe to a religion called peace and love..debate and mutual respect..

But, if you insist to convert, that remains your business. As for your wife, I asked a religious scholar some 5 years ago on the issue, he says that if your wife is hungry for more and can handle them, then god will give every soul what is wished....If your wife insists to be polyandreous in her life time to let you convert and you insist on converting. I advise you to move to Canada as swinging has recently become legal after the supreme court ruling on the issue.


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