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Admin05.09.2021

The truth about whether Islam is a religion of violence or peace

Then the Imam said to the man: Come out! It lives and thrives on blood.
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Admin03.09.2021

Why Is Islam Misunderstood

Many social studies textbooks for students show the image of an Arab horseman carrying a sword in one hand and the Quran in the other conquering and forcibly converting.
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Admin07.07.2021

Why Is Islam Misunderstood

Because there may be individuals who would generally not be considered radical, although they believe the attacks were justified, or vice versa.
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Admin23.06.2021

Is Islam a violent religion?

People in passion and ignorance, they will use whatever reason to justify for their fighting and in this case, they use Islam as rationalising for their actions.
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Admin01.09.2021

Islam: The Most Dangerous Religion

Thank you for toughing it out, and being a volunteer to represent us.
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Admin13.07.2021

If Islam Is a Religion of Violence, So Is Christianity

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Admin04.09.2021

If Islam Is a Religion of Violence, So Is Christianity

In fact, most of your friends will be happy to eat hamburgers and hot dogs.
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Admin28.06.2021

Islam and violence

A good way to determine how much money you will need to invest in your new franchise is to look at the expenses of doing business as of the moment - how much rent, insurance, utilities, payroll, and advertising you will need.
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Admin25.07.2021

Does Islam Teach Hatred and Violence?

Studying the practice of Ahlul-Bayt a.
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Admin21.07.2021

The truth about whether Islam is a religion of violence or peace

In fact, if you want to add a few "fancy" pieces to the meal, you can easily take a small amount of chicken and make kabobs as an appetizer.
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Admin23.07.2021

If Islamic State is based on religion, why is it so violent?

From Islamic Criminal Justice System, P 195—201, 1982, M Cherif Bassiouni, ed.
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Admin19.08.2021

Why Is Islam Misunderstood

" Juan Eduardo Campo writes that, "Europeans have viewed Islam in various ways: sometimes as a backward, violent religion; sometimes as an fantasy; and sometimes as a complex and changing product of history and social life.
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