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You think you're so smart, "Infidel"...

Reader comment on item: [Naveed Haq and] "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" in Seattle
in response to reader comment: Nice Try Ahmad

Submitted by Nabil Ahmad (United States), Aug 23, 2006 at 17:09

You've already proved to me how smart you are by calling yourself "Infidel". Very funny.

The concept of "abrogation" is condemned in the Qur'an. "Islamic" extremists are the dumbest, loudest, most violent, most hypocritical people on the face of this planet. And here you are, agreeing with them and trying to tell me that I don't know my own religion! What does that make you? I just wonder if it's worse being an "infidel" or a total fool who thinks that he or she knows Islam enough to lecture a Muslim on its teachings...and in your case, it could be a combination of the two.

The fact that you can't tell me apart from a extremist shows that to you, black is white because they are both colors. I find this to be extremely amusing.

Who's the bigger fool...a fool, or the one who follows him/her? As far as I am concerned, I follow no-one and would never advise anyone to follow me...unless ordered to by God Himself, and He hasn't done this. Has God ordered you to ask me to follow you? Do you have something to offer to me, something that makes more sense rationally and logically than what I already have with me?

We are all entitled to our beliefs and biases. I am a Muslim first and foremost, and not at all anti-infidel. What other people believe in is none of my business, unless they try to make my beliefs their business and get on my face.

If you feel that you're right and that I am wrong, please try your best to prove this to me. I always enjoy a good debate...and making people throw temper tantrums when their arguments fall apart in the face of logical reasoning and historical facts. Ta-ta!


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