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Bader's analysis on who should be on this forum

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Submitted by Jeremy Mattil (United States), Mar 6, 2006 at 10:03

"Bader's stock in trade, taking examples out of context and presenting them through a narrow, biased prism to attack any argument that seems critical of Islam. He presents his arguments as if shedding gentle light on a hot topic. Then he pretends to chide others for their lack of "wisdom". He uses the same "out of context" trick over and over with references to Old Testament, New Testament, Hindu scriptures, writings of ancient rabbis and events from all over the world and throughout history."……….

This is a perfect analysis of him. He is offended because someone did not agree with him and his definitions about Hindus. His muslim sensibilities are offended again. I am real sorry ! I forgot that his definitions have to be right all the time, because he is never wrong.

He thinks that some of us who get definitions wrong " SHOULD NOT BE ON THIS FORUM"
Harrak and Amir , his muslims brothers who are "always right" must have been hand picked by him to sit on this forum . Mohammad Ali, another muslim brother , wrote a comment on this forum saying that "the mossad " was responsible for the 9/11 murders. There must "the correct definition" for this too , I am sure. And guess who is going to quote it !!

Bader must be a "moderate muslim" and funny man too !!!

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