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Muslims are not fools like " Non Muslims"

Reader comment on item: A Million Moderate Muslims on the March
in response to reader comment: US Moderates + Six "moderate" Muslims' jihad - or "self-improvement"

Submitted by Raurav (India), May 15, 2007 at 13:14

Muslims have a Manual called " Koran " written by " arabian allah" and editted by first Jehadi " mohammad. Nobody can dare to change even a word from it. In this manual its written clearly that " don't take Jews and Christians as your friends" and muslims follow it. According to verses of Koran , its is religious obligation of every muslim to wage a Jehad or Islamic War to conquer whole world for arabian allah and convert or murder every non muslim.

We have seen thousands of Americans protest against the War , But it didn't impress muslims .

But If few muslims come into the streets with their different agendas , we start shouting : Moderate Islam , Secular Islam , Peace loving Islam" and all sort of bs.

...Muslims will never change , they will always use voilence to create Terror in the heart of Non Muslims . After their Koran orders them to do so.

I ask whether these so called moderate muslims have the guts to oppose 162 Verses of Koran which are inciting hatred against all non Muslims of the world .


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