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Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]
in response to reader comment: Islam-killer bees, and I need a bigger flyswatter

Submitted by Amir (United States), Feb 21, 2006 at 09:22

"How about Louis Farrakhan?"

Farrakhan is not a Muslim. He is a follower of some American cult that calls themselves "Nation of Islam." They have their of own prophet Elijah Muhammad -- some guy in America. They even claim another guy American guy Fard Muhammad was Allah/god -- a clear blasphemy in Islam.

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"Malcolm X was murdered by his fellow brethren when he discovered what the true nature of Islam..."

Malcolm X converted to Islam and his former American cult members from "Nation of Islam" killed him for that. Here is an article on Malcolm X who changed his name to Malik El-Shabazz when he converted to Islam


Malcolm X was killed as a true Muslim by the cult.

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there are billions of cases of Christian bigots saying stuff like nuke Mecca, kill muslims, burn mosques, flush qur'ans (by a Christian priest -- a true Christian behavior as many Christians always been bigots) and on and on...what's your point?

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