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Reader comment on item: [Naveed Haq and] "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" in Seattle
in response to reader comment: Well your article speaks for itself!

Submitted by N. Khan (United States), Aug 8, 2006 at 18:43

Haq went to bible classes hardly for two months before he returned to Islam as he started attending Friday prayers. He commited the murders as a muslim which he anounced himself . How does Mr Zafire know that all Haq's previous minor brushes with the law were during the very short period period he was a christian?

Judging from his life history he was a secularist and not a practising muslim. But in my observation most muslims whether practising or secular, have one thing in common;. they all hate jews. That is what they acquire from their quranic brain washing , Mullah's sermons and listening to conspiracy theories of fellow muslims.

Quran which muslims believe is a direct word of Allah who whispered it to Jibraeel who came and whispered to Mohammed who went in a seizure and came out quoting Gibraeel ,which was jotted down by his scribes (since he was illiterate) which was compiled later (in the 7th century). That book controls the lives of most of the muslims of the 21st century. Quran bad mouths jews in almost every chapter of Madina.


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