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    • Mohammed
    • 12.10.12 | 09:45 (IST)

    I like the answer of this German Scholar when he was asked about terrorism and Islam: He said: · Who started the First World War, which killed 37 million and injured 22, 379, 053 that includes 7 million civilians? Muslims? · Who started the Second World War, which killed over 60 million, which was over 2.5% of the world population? Muslims? · Who killed about 20 million of Aborigines in Australia? Muslims? · Who drop the nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which killed 166,000 people in Hiroshima and 80,000 in Nagasaki? Muslims? · Who killed more than 100 million Red Indians in North America? Muslims? · Who killed more than 50 million Indian in South America? Muslims? · Who took about 180 million African people as slaves and when 88% of them died, threw them into the Atlantic Ocean? Muslims? NO They weren’t Muslims! First of all, you have to define terrorism properly…. If a non-Muslim does something bad… it is crime. But if a Muslim commits the same, he is a terrorist. So first remove the double standard… then come to the point. *** Just for your information ***

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    First published 09:01 12.10.12 | Last updated 09:01 12.10.12
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