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faint smell of racism

Reader comment on item: The Enemy Within [and the Need for Profiling]
in response to reader comment: "slay Muslims wherever ye catch them"

Submitted by truth (United Kingdom), Jul 11, 2006 at 17:37

Firstly, the bible is just as violent. Read it. Learn the history too my friend. Quotes you take are in the context of a war between muslims and the meccans (idol worshipping merchants and a tribe mohammed once belonged to) - christians were actually allies of mohammed at the time as he was told to flee there as they were a good people who would provide protection. Oh sorry, i guess facts don't help your agenda - do carry on ;)

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