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Muslim 10 Commandments

The rules according to Allah:

1) Thou shalt go forth and rape
2) Thou shalt go forth and murder in my name
3) Thou shalt pillage and steal
4) Thou shalt lie in my name
5) Thou shalt be a pedophile in my name
6) Thou shalt spread my word by the sword
7) Thou shalt use my name in vain and when killing
8) Thou shalt bear false witness on thy neighbour, especially if they are not Muslim
9) Thou shalt covet thy neighbour's wife
10) Thou shalt covet thy neighbour's goat

It's really a simple religion misunderstood by westerners.

I found this on a forum some time ago. I'm sorry I can't remember exactly where.

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