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One more thing, "Infidel"

Reader comment on item: [Naveed Haq and] "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" in Seattle
in response to reader comment: Nabil Ahmad, Your State Of Confusion

Submitted by Nabil Ahmad (United States), Aug 30, 2006 at 19:14

To "Infidel":

You're wasting your time trying to impress me with regard to how many translations of the Qur'an you're read. Louis Farrakhan is fluent in Arabic, but he's still a crackpot, a race-baiter and conspiracy mongerer.

It's all about attitude, buddy. You are on some sort of unholy "crusade" against Islam and have even tried to convince me that I am somehow not following my own religion...DUH! As for me, I don't think I really care to know what your religion is... You have offered nothing but comments against Islam and absolutely NOTHING that indicates that what you believe in is better.

You're going to end up sorely disappointed in the long run, God be Willing. I pity you and have no desire to be in your shoes. You've got a very unhappy life ahead of you, God be Willing. After all, it is you who calls yourself an "Infidel". It's not something that I like to call anyone, not even people that I don't like...with the exception of Osama bin Laden and those who worship him.


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