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Muslims should Martyr themselves and tell us what the afterlife is like.

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Makes me physically ill

Submitted by Shinto (Canada), Apr 13, 2006 at 09:21

If a Christian or a Jew Acts to fight for God he/she have broken one of the ten commandments. "Thou shalt not put thy Lord God's name in vein." And actions made upon with his name will obviously break this tennant [Unless commanded, in the old testament The jews were told to hold up arms against the enemies of the new land that was given to them.] However to a muslim Theres enough Surah's that justifies or even changes the "universal law" of Murder. Theres really nothing respectable about an inferior religion like Islam.

The other sad fact is that its easier for a Muslim to go to heaven if he killed us Kafirs. Its harder to be a Christian than to be a muslim. We have higher expectations from Christians. And unlike muslims our morals don't desolve once we die.

Heres an indisputable fact that I love to back hand into the face of Muslims to wich they have no power to rebute.
1) WHY IS IT that all the immoral vices that was denied in life is given to the after life? (Alchhol, Women, eternal cosmic sex, etc) THERE ARE NO MORALS in islam. Our western morals is superior to Muslim morals any day period(.)

[I made a conclusion that muslims are denied pleasures here to force them to fight a losing battle that would cause them there lives in order to tilt the outcome of a war. How convinient?]
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