"Sharia is the moral code and religious law of Islam. The Talmud plays the same role in Judaism.
Based on a study of Sharia Law and Talmud, John Kunkle concludes "Islam and Judaism are not religions, but political movements dressed up as religions.""
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"The Arabic word Taqiyya means "deceit" or "dissimulation." Muslims are not supposed to lie to one another, but there are times when this is acceptable: According to Bukhari (vol. 3:857 page 533) "He who makes peace between the people by inventing good information or saying good things, is not a liar." This also includes lying to your wife and lying in warfare. The Prophet himself said, 'War is deceit," Bukhari vol. 4:267 and 269.)"
... "The Talmud has very similar provisions with regard to how Jews may act around goyem. They may befriend them. They may lie and deceive them. They have no obligations to them, including saving their lives if they can.
The one difference between the laws of the Talmud and the laws of Shariah is that Shariah distinguishes between Muslims and non Muslims. It is a religious distinction, not a racial distinction."
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Welcome back to the first millennium, evolution turned into devolution.
Now we beginning to have fun and getting somewhere on many issues...
unfortunately, they will pull the Bath Drain Plug on the Net to save themselves..
Actually there is a bit of difference between the two Political movements .. One votes for Country Domination and the other for the world.
Your mother had to be Jewish but you can be Mus by saying YES..
We'll Duck out now to save our head....
We are Legion and Growing...
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