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ISIS defeated.   Discussions

Started 30/3/18 by ahe489q; 9857 views.
ANCH0RMAN

From: ANCH0RMAN

30/3/18

For how long?  smirk

Just because they said that before, over and over again! 

 

ahe489q

From: ahe489q

30/3/18

The people in Iraq are confident that they have their country back. 

S0DASI

From: S0DASI

31/3/18

ISIS is not Islam, they are the Zionist and enemy of Islam. In fact, ISIS is the enemy of Yazidism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, atheism and all others who oppose its evil and barbaric agenda. The difference, however, is that Muslims suffer by far the most from ISIS’ horrific attacks.

 

ahe489q

From: ahe489q

31/3/18

They are a bunch of bad boys. 

S0DASI

From: S0DASI

31/3/18

FAKENEWS!!! LIES  JUST LIKE RACIST TRUMP!!!

You are is embarrassing yourself with these petty post you constantly bring up.

ahe489q

From: ahe489q

31/3/18

You say ISIS is good? 

fabul0us

From: fabul0us

1/4/18

PEOPLE ARE SO CONFUSED ABOUT THIS WARMONGERING SO-CALLED RELIGION.

It happens when people do not read is all.

Every word in the "Zitslamic book,'' has been followed by ISIS and their preachers.

Defeated? I sure hope so!

 

 

 

fabul0us

From: fabul0us

1/4/18

What specific part of the Quran did you not understand?

The first Sura of the Quran is a short prayer that is repeated by devout Muslims each day and ends with these words:

Keep us on the right path. The path of those upon whom Thou hast bestowed favors. Not (the path) of those upon whom Thy wrath is brought down, nor of those who go astray. (1:6-7)

Muhammad was once asked if this pertained to Jews and Christians.  His response was, "Whom else?" (Bukhari 56:662, Sahih Muslim 34:6448). Since Allah makes such a strong distinction between Muslims and those outside the faith, it is only natural that Muslims should incorporate disparate standards of treatment into their daily lives.  The Quran encourages segregation and enimity and tells Muslims to be compassionate with one another but ruthless to the infidel:

Muhammad is the messenger of Allah. And those with him are severe against the disbelievers and merciful among themselves (48:29)
ahe489q

From: ahe489q

1/4/18

That makes three of us.

fabul0us

From: fabul0us

1/4/18

confoundedI'm positively sure there's more than just three of us,

knowing what is said in the old Quran, it has too much hatred on humanity!

 

 

 

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