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muslim duplicity

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Submitted by G.Bisvas (Germany), Jul 26, 2006 at 16:26

Recently I wrote to a pakistani journalist after she vilified the non-muslims for their actions in Lebanon. I wrote: The muslims are cowards. They have this habit of doing their heinous acts of violence against non-muslims and then hide themselves among or behind women and children. If the non-muslims do not retaliate then the muslims ridicule them as cowards and the muslims' attacks continue. Hence the non-muslims have to retaliate. Muslims are secretly happy when their women and children are killed in the process. The dead muslims are declared to be martyrs (a very easy and cheap term among muslims these days) and simultaneously the islamic propaganda goes on about how cruel and ruthless the non-muslims are.

Let the muslim "warriors" (these cowards) come out into the open, away from their women and children and fight it out with the non-muslims in open space. Let us then see whether kuran is right about one muslim warrior being equivalent to 10 non-muslim warriors.

No religion produces as many criminals as islam does. But political correctness says that we may not talk about it in public.


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