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Nabil, you should have a better look at the facts!....and at yourself!

Reader comment on item: [Naveed Haq and] "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" in Seattle
in response to reader comment: To Moshe: You're still wrong ...

Submitted by Moshe (Israel), Sep 8, 2006 at 03:22

"You're judging Muhammad by 20th/21st Century standards, but you would never judge the prophets of the Old Testaments by the same standards. That makes you, in my sight, not only ill-informed and contradictory but hypocritical as well."

You should have noticed by now, that even though I have my own views regarding who and what Muhammad was, I am not judging him in person. I am only judging and condemning the actions and practices of his faithful followers. And I am not even referring to his followers back in time, but rather to the atrocities perpetrated by them here and now, every day, in front of our eyes.

And again, I am referring not only to those who are actively involved in these murderous terrorist activities, but also to the "peaceful" terror apologists, and to the "even more peaceful" brothers in faith who are tacitly acknowledging and accepting this murderous Jihad as a divine decree, and are keeping on chanting what a great and peaceful religion Islam is. Is this making me ill-informed, contradictory, and hypocritical as you are claiming? Where is the ill-information? Where are the contradictions? And the hypocrisy…Perhaps it belongs to you?

You seem to be in a very pathetical situation, trying to have faith in a bankrupt religion which has been corrupted by its followers. If you indeed believe in the truth of your religion, you should argue not with me, or with the other non-Muslim "infidels", but rather with your Mullahs and your brothers in faith, whose voices can be heard loudly only when protesting the measures taken by the Free World to protect itself from their murderous terrorist attacks.

Wasting your energy to justify the unjustifiable, to defend the indefensible, and to excuse the inexcusable makes you no different from the rest of your brothers in faith.

"And how do we know that the Old Testament is from God? Or was it just made up by people who claimed to have spoken to God and/or His angels?"

Dear Nabil, after having understood and acknowledged (with your kind help) the absolute truth and greatness of the Islam, the above insightful and intelligent question has been in fact fully answered. No further comment required.


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