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1And That's Only the Tip of the Iceberg [398 words]Louis McCartenJan 26, 2005 21:0519898
Addressed to this world's leaders [303 words]DillahFeb 27, 2011 14:3319898
QLI is Quranic Literacy Institute [35 words]William KinneyJan 4, 2005 02:5419341
1Case confirms a pattern... [52 words]Greg G.Dec 20, 2004 16:0119051
Exploiting??? the Koran to Terrorize [197 words]DillahFeb 8, 2011 07:1619051
I salute Hon Arlander Keys [30 words]S.C.PandaDec 20, 2004 04:4219045
Palestinian education [239 words]Dave KabayDec 20, 2004 03:1419041
Basic principles in first world countries does not always make sens in Islamic/Arab culture Therefore we have to use the same tactics in order to eliminate terrorism [113 words]ZDec 18, 2004 19:5419036
Grateful [29 words]WalterDec 18, 2004 12:0919035
1Good morning, America [18 words]Uri SpeelmanDec 18, 2004 11:3619034
1It is time to re-think "human rights" [119 words]Octavio JohansonDec 18, 2004 09:3319033
Will this decision help eliminate separate "Islamic" society? [91 words]Romesh ChanderDec 17, 2004 12:5319030
PMU reactionary? [99 words]
w/response from Daniel Pipes
BujevacDec 16, 2004 21:2519029
US constitution and Koran [50 words]N.N.Dec 16, 2004 11:2319022
NO! The Koran IS NOT Compatible with the U.S. Constitution [305 words]DillahMay 2, 2009 00:5219022
Is and can the Koran be compatible with the US constitution? [155 words]DillahMar 30, 2010 19:2519022
Repercussions of recent Boim court victory [85 words]RichardDec 16, 2004 06:4419020
Organizations that finance terrorists will never pay judgments. [307 words]gospelmidiDec 16, 2004 02:1219018
Make them irrelevant [117 words]Donald O.Dec 15, 2004 20:5719015
Islam in a Muslim country [152 words]Jolly OlieDec 15, 2004 13:1519010
1Fundamentalist Islamists *USE*, not abuse Koran [164 words]Donald CastellaDec 15, 2004 12:4619008
MAS-ICNA Chicago convention... [59 words]Brian MelkunDec 15, 2004 12:3119007
Improvement :) [18 words]Iman DarwishNov 7, 2008 14:2119007
Some caution needed [379 words]Peter J. HerzDec 15, 2004 09:0619005
Exposed [162 words]MalvinaDec 15, 2004 04:4519003
The Saudis [123 words]Menahem DunskyDec 15, 2004 03:1719002
Progress - slow but steady [56 words]Robin Sue LandsburgDec 14, 2004 22:5519000
Mosques, Madrassas & Infamous Charities [359 words]Arlinda DeAngelisDec 14, 2004 19:4818996
Courts, Extremist Organizations and Philosophy [146 words]Ilona MelstradsDec 14, 2004 19:3218995
Congratulations, Judge Keys! [157 words]Marcos BerensteinDec 14, 2004 19:3218994
Being vigilant [49 words]Carol McLaughlinDec 14, 2004 18:3818993
The Common Denominator.... [109 words]Darwin BarrettDec 14, 2004 15:1318990
Getting their attention [60 words]Marcia PetersDec 14, 2004 14:0918987
I'm frightened by the increase in extremist Muslims in the U.S. [98 words]Shirley Kantor BehrDec 14, 2004 14:0518986
Exploiting the Koran to Terrorize [322 words]E.Dec 14, 2004 13:1218985
Global War on Islamic Terrorism [92 words]rsh1776Dec 14, 2004 11:4418983
Just like the KKK [111 words]Kenneth S. BesigDec 14, 2004 10:4318982
Another mis-use of courts [64 words]George SeaverDec 14, 2004 10:0618981
What took us so long? [77 words]Stephen BermanDec 14, 2004 09:5818980

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