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    (Original post by theiantomywanda)
    yes but you also forget that muslims can keep dogs for farming and hunting. They are also taught to treat all animals with kindness. I remember one Hadith (saying of the prophet pbuh) that a prostitute was granted paradise because she gave a thirsty and dying dog some of her water. Islam does not condone the battering of innocent animals and his religion has nothing to do with it, he is obviously a spoilt and disgustingly callous young man everything doesn't have to be about islam. :cool:
    Oh, I know. I don't believe the man in question did what he did because of Islam, and if what it teaches about the uncleanliness of dogs did play some indirect part in his subconscious mind, I personally wouldn't bother bringing that up because it is too small a point. I was merely defending the right to bring it up as an intellectual point, if someone saw fit.
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    i love dogs so anyone who mistreats them makes me mad. ps. coronation street is live tonight. holla
 
 
 
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