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Limits? What limits?

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in response to reader comment: RE:For our dear Shakeel and his poor translation

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 10, 2007 at 17:43

My dear Shakeel you must pardon me but your answer is bogus. If the aya would have said that::

" al-muslimeen la masmooh lahum ta3diyat al-hudud" or it is not allowed for Muslims to go beyond the limits whatever those limits are I would have to agree with you but this is not what the aya says. So you know what? Your claim is bogus

And you know what? If you did not understand what i wrote, could it be because you know that I'm right, or you cannot read the Qur'an in Arabic? So which one is it?

But again Islam is the religion of the arabs and you ain't one.

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