- n. Plural form of Muslim.
“Arabs killed by fellow Arabs, muslims killed by fellow Muslims, far out weigh Arabs killed by Jews!”
“Arabs killed by fellow Arabs, muslims killed by fellow Muslims," - exactly RJD.”
“But I also know that violence against heretics of any kind ebb and flow — the catholics put to death lots of muslims during the Crusades, and Muslims lived in peace with Jews and Christians in Spain prior to the 15th century.”
“[…] Furthermore, this group propagates hatred to all muslims according to its description “za sve koje mrze Muslimane” which means “for all those who hate Muslims.””
“The order for muslims to vote in the EU elections "en bloc" by the MCB purely on the MCB political prejudice is vote rigging, the Muslims will vote as guided by the MCB.”
“They could be afraid they would be next i've wondered the same thing as well! maybe it's because even moderate muslims think the victims deserved it, even though they wouldn't engage in such activity themselves My thought is because the real peaceful Muslims thinks that those violence has no connection with Islam itself.”
“Sharia, which means "path" in Arabic, is the name Muslims give to a wide-ranging collection of ethical and legal principles that believers are expected to observe.”
“Excerpts of the evolution of the term Muslims in its practical aspects are found in The”
“So all this fear of the Muslims is a product of ignorance and prejudice and bigotry.”
“To say that you are avoiding publishing the cartoons because they are offensive to Muslims is to say you are not offended by assaults against our most treasured liberty.”
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