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Islam the fake religion ?

Reader comment on item: What Are Islamic Schools Teaching?
in response to reader comment: Why Islam can never be reformed?

Submitted by Katie (France), May 6, 2007 at 10:32

Having done so much reading & questioning on the subject, I am now sure Islam is not a religion at all. Anything Mohammed wanted he simply stated he had received a message from Allah, to justify his want. Look at the barbaric way women were & still are treated,it's another name for slavery. The true Muslim male follower is a control freak, who must be obeyed. Is it surprising he won't change his ways ? when he rules his home with cruelty. He can have what he wants when he wants, where his wife cannot have any freedom at all.

If he is like this at home is it any wonder he thinks he can also rule the world, along with his friends from the testosterone fuelled Mosques. The one difference however is this, we don't give in so easily, as the wife must, so his answer is , then we will kill until you do.!!! They are supposed to hate our lifestyle, but it's not that they are fighting for , they are fighting to continue the selfish dominating power they would otherwise lose. Even Iraq would be peaceful now if the Muslim community were not fighting each other.


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