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4 replies to “The+last+moments+of+Muammar+Gaddafi

  1. Does anyone remember the grace and style of real Muslims, when they took over Mecca, the first conquest of Jerusalem and the second Conquest.

    The people who got Qaddafi are not the followers of same ideology. They are the tresspassers. God Bless all of them in His own way of Justice, we don’t recommend anything.

    1. Except for Salah-ud-din Ayubii or few more I hardly find graceful Muslim warriors and rulers in Islamic history whose name is remembered in good books of non Muslims.

    1. Your are not very wrong but most of Muslim rulers were brutal trespassers, but it was all disguised or misguided through false history notes. Hajaj bin Yousuf, Mohd bin Qasim, Mahmood Ghaznvi, Babar all were known as oppressors cum trespassers for the sake of gold, jewels capturing monarchy and then they transforming their rule into some kind of religious themes through fake historical facts.
      Gadaffi was some kind of a relics of same type of philosophy whose own living was far away from real teachings of Islam.

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