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OK. And what about Muslims, what are they expected to do in the present day then? That's what I meant.

 

Wahid

 

Well they aren't expected to kill the population or the entire population if that is what you are asking. 

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Ok this will be most likely my last post, as I am clearly not welcome here. I bear no grudges so I wish you well, and I hope one day you will get to understand that your are the first victims of Islam.

 

Before I go, I would like to show you the "warning" I received from a "moderator":

 

 

Warning issued by dot for Showing no interest in learning about Islam, or consistently attacking Muslims/Islam in Did Islam Spread By The Sword ?.

 

On the contrary, I have a great deal of interest in learning about Islam. In fact, my interest started some 20 years ago when several of my bothers in religion who lived entirely quietly in a monastery in Algeria, were dragged out of their beds at night and brutally murdered.

 

I was one of the monks who buried them and then closed the monastery. I was lucky for having been away at the time on business. I have been told repeatedly by many Muslims since that "they had it coming", because we dared to live in complete seclusion in a place Muslims consider entirely their own, Algeria. Even the fact that we tended the local sick and helped people without food an not once tried to convert anybody (it is not what we do) did not save us. So I obviously want to know the reason for such hate.

 

So I wanted to learn why people hate us so. Sadly, I did. It is very simple: Islam is the cause. Yes, I will tell what I see to be the truth about Islam, after 20 years of study, but that does not I attack or hate Muslims. Muslims are my brothers, and I would offer my life to save even one of them. I told you what I did to help you, not to hurt you.

 

I have not insulted anyone here (that I know of), and I would not do that on purpose. However, I have been insulted and even threatened on this forum.

 

All I have done is to show you what Islam's texts say, just for a very short time. I have held up a mirror and I was reprimanded and banned.  If you find Muslim texts insulting, I cannot help that. Complain to the people who wrote them.

 

I am not surprised. The man in charge of the extermination camps for Jews in Germany, Heinrich Himmler, remarked about Islam "It is very similar to our own ideology" . He was a close friend of the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem at the time who visited him in Germany and fully and eagerly supported the extermination of the Jews.

 

While being a Christian belonging to a religious order is a bannable offence here, calls to violence clearly are not:

 

 

Well they aren't expected to kill the population or the entire population if that is what you are asking.

 

How interesting. So, when you have succeeding in subduing Europe, you will not kill the ENTIRE propulation. Very re-assuring. What percentage are you planning to exterminate? 50%? Anyone who refuses to be a dhimmi or a Muslim? That would be pretty much what Muslims have done up until now...

 

To be honest, I will not live to to see that day, being nearly 80,. so I am not majorly worried. Also I trust that God will in the end put right what man messes up.

 

Anyway, good bye and may God bless you and give you understanding.Hopefully one day at least some of you will realise you deserve better things than Islam, and that they are easily available to you.

 

Again, my best wishes and fare well.

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[at]Gilito

I see you have made 6 posts after posting the one above. This tells me you may be staying.

Knowing your age, I think its good for you if you stayed.

I honestly wish you reconsider Islam. I hate to see you leave this world a non believer. Your current belief system is a great insult to Jesus, Christianity and God Himself.

If you really love Jesus, turn to Islam.

I understand your feelings toward Islam and Muslims because of that Algerian terror tragedy that you've been through. But Islam is not that. Muslims are not like that. Those were terrorists.

Don't let a few crazy terrorists dictate how you judge a great religion. Judging a religion by its followers is wrong.

 

You studied Islam all those 20 years with one purpose in mind. Now you owe it to yourself to see it with a clear unbiased mind, without pre-hate. Save yourself before its too late.

 

I truly wish you the best.

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I agree with brother dot.

 

Your experience 20 years ago has clearly affected you and your feelings towards Islam. But you will never learn what Islam is by the actions of those people or from anti Islamic websites. You are welcome here and if you are sincere about learning about Islam then stop relying on anti Islamic material because it never shows the true message of Islam. 

 

You have said things which are lies so obviously you got a warning. Saying things like the prophet Muhammad got wealthy from battles is a lie and you haven't again showed evidence of it. 

 

Everyone here is willing to help you understand Islam, to provide you with authentic resources etc but you also have to make the most of your stay here. 

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